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Saturday, July 13

INTERVIEW VIDEO: "Prince Arthur Eze Puts Me Through The Oil Business As My Surrogate Father" - Jambo (video)

The Executive Director of North-East Petroleum and Special Adviser to Prince Engr. Arthur Eze, Alhaji Sadiq Jambo has chronicled his engagements as regards business, lifestyle, history and visions. Speaking with Host Alex Nwankwo, of Digital Market Africa, a Toast TV initiative, Alh. Sadiq spoke on his global input across the world.

In this impressive interview moments on Digital Market Africa, Alhaji Sadiq noted that he has been undauntedly dedicated to his business, which he delved into in 2009 after he returned to Nigeria. He commended Prince Arthur Eze who has been his surrogate father, since he lost his biological Father, Alhaji Saleh Jambo, some years ago stressing that his Father was a very close friend of Prince Arthur Eze.
He also noted that Prince Arthur Eze, was able to guide and nurture him through the required understanding of the family business, which he has gradually learnt and has taken a solo path for himself. In his reactions to living the lagacy of his late Father in continuance of the path he had created in the oil industry, Jambo freely stated that the shoes of his late Dad might be too big for him to wear, instead he is quite comfortable under the umbrella structure of Prince Arthur Eze, who he presently calls father.
While responding to his recently unveiling as Ambassador of Prince Osisioma Foundation, he said it was an impressive development as the NGO is known for touching lives and empowering less previledged persons across the country beyond. According to him, as a lover of charity the foundation provided him with the platform to reach out to the needy and also give back to the society. 
Talking about family and marriage, Jambo expressed his satisfaction, narrating that he is happy to be a husband. He noted that his recent marriage with the niece of former Nigeria Head of State, Late General Sani Abacha, was indeed remarkable and quite amazing. Especially with the presence of prolific Nigerians whom he explained to be persons whom he grew up with and was used to seeing or meeting every now and then. 

He told Digital Market Africa that his late Father was a politician and oil mogul who had over four oil blocks. He was used to traveling across the world, meeting leaders of nations, royalties and prominent business persons across the globe. The highly articulate young man has been recommended for Democracy Heroes Award holding on 16th October at Transcorp Hilton, Abuja

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