The CEO of Townsend Property Investment, Lady Mrs. Morola Babalola, and the founder of Digital Space Capital, Mrs. Olubukola Abitoye last Thursday signed up as members of the African Union ECOSOCC Cluster Committee.
Drum Majors For Peace in a statement on Friday stated that the additions became very necessary on the backdrop of their exploits in their respective fields of engagement.
According to Drum Majors For Peace, the new members are to advance their wealth of experience in fostering peaceful coexistence among patriots and member states.
The statement added that, “We at Drum Majors For Peace celebrates and identify with these role models for accepting and pledging their unalloyed support towards the Agenda and goals of the African Union ECOSOCC and their unparalleled stand as regards peace advocacy, human capital development and gender-based issues.
“We are very grateful to the Nigerian representatives (Dr Tunji John Asaolu and John Oba Olasunkanmi Adebusuyi) for finding this formidable duo worthy to join the team and for their outstanding leadership qualities.
“We appreciate Hon. Quadri-Adu Kehinde, The Deputy Head of Secretariat for being a very committed, dedicated and proactive member of the team.
“We equally extend our warmest regards to Mr. Anietie Bassey, Head Business to Business Sales (Union Bank Of Nigeria PLC) for making out time despite his busy schedule to grace the epoch-making event.
“Finally, our Executive Director, Mr. Nsikan Paul, the board members, and the entire team at the Drum Majors For Peace will continue to partner with African Union ECOFOCC in harnessing creativity to promote positive values in Africa and for Africans.
“We believe once the passion is right, everything is possible. We have all the power and potentials in Africa to change the ugly narratives and the time is now for if we don’t, who will? May God crown all our efforts with exceptional success.”