Suleiman Aledeh Joins Eko Electric Distribution Company as AGM Corporate Affairs
Friday, 3 May 2019.
Congratulations to a Worthy Role Model for Muslim Youth.
The entire MPAC team is proud of this well deserved elevation, and share in your joy. Without doubt, we have been very impressed with your achievements and you remain an example of many Muslims who are making progress in life while staying true and committed to their faith.
From the remarkable progress you continue to make in your professional career to the vast networks you have advanced and your principled stands on contemporary issues, you remain a bright beacon to many who aspire to be influencers in our public life.
As a worthy role model to Muslim youth, you unleash the enthusiasm, enterprising and expertise to shape and transform the spaces of your calling and service. It is surely the grace of God, dint of hard work, your intellectual prowess and dedication which make you stand out among your peers and qualify you for this assignment. We pray that Almighty Allah will continue to guide you and reinforce His blessings and favours, amin.
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