Home Football NFF celebrates Chief Kesington Adebutu, Chairman of Premier Lotto, at 88
Football

NFF celebrates Chief Kesington Adebutu, Chairman of Premier Lotto, at 88

The Nigeria Football Federation has congratulated Chief Kesington Adebutu, Chairman of Premier Lotto Limited, as the billionaire industrialist clocked 88 years of age on Tuesday, 24th October 2023.

Adebutu, undoubtedly one of the most respected corporate titans on the African continent, founded the Premier Lotto Limited, popularly known as Baba Ijebu, and which is currently the Official Lotto Partner of the Nigeria Football Federation.

“The Nigeria Football Federation wishes to celebrate our father, Chief Kesington Adebutu as he marks the age of 88 in good health and sound mind. He is an outstanding success in the delicate terrain of running a global company that is also doing so much in the area of philanthropy. We appreciate him and his company for being the Official Lotto Partner of the NFF.

“We pray for an even longer life for this amazing man, in good health and sound mind. He is, no doubt, living a full, fruitful and fulfilled life and we know he is a very happy man,” President of NFF, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau, said on Wednesday.

The advanced octogenarian, born Kesington Adebukunola Adebutu on 24th October 1935, launched Premier Lotto Limited in the year 2001 and has built it into a global entity while at the same time diversifying into agriculture, estate management, entertainment and other fields. 

He is also the founder of Kesington Adebukunola Adebutu Foundation, which caters for the less privileged and provides substantial support in the education and health sectors. 

Facebook Comments Box

Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

It’s A Learning Curve, We’ll Get Better – Coach Obi Reacts

By Emex Henshaw Heartland Queens of Owerri suffered their second straight loss...

Danjuma Maintains Faith in Nasarawa Amazons Despite Setback

Ganiyu Muftau  Nasarawa Amazons coach Christopher Danjuma remains confident in his team’s...

NWFL Super 6: Rivers Angels coach, Ogbonda Praises Team Spirit after Edo Queens Win

Ganiyu Muftau Rivers Angels head coach, Whyte Ogbonda, expressed his team’s high...

Rivers Angels’ Olamide Hails Teamwork After Edo Queens Triumph

Rivers Angels attacker Adugbe Olamide lauded her teammates’ efforts after their hard-fought...

Verified by MonsterInsights