An Abuja-based legal practitioner, Barr. George Olorunmotito, has been honoured with an award for his selfless service to humanity.
Barr. Olorunmotito was honoured alongside Prince Elijah Ibinayin and other eminent personalities at the 10th year anniversary of The Exposure Newspaper in Lokoja on Thursday.
Both award recipients hails from Kabba, Kogi state, and are known for humanitarian services in their community.
Prince Ibinayin is a silent philanthropist whose love education development knows no bounds. He has invested time and resources to make sure students in his alma mater, Kabba Community High School, Okedayo, achieve their academic dreams. Recently, he has consistently paid WAEC examination fees for all final year students in the school. This is aside other notable outreach to the less privileged in the society.
Barr. Olorunmotito is much respected for his uncommon humility and extraordinary charisma. Also an alumnus of Kabba Community High School Okedayo, Barr. George hails from Okedayo ward in Kabba. He a humanitarian par excellence.
The awards were present to Olorunmotito and Ibinayin by the immediate past Kogi State Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) and member of the governing board, Prince Abubakar Audu University, Alhaji Ali Atabor.
Receiving the awards on their behalf, Engr. Matthew Ajigi expressed gratitude to the editorial board of The Exposure Newspaper for the honour bestowed on two illustrious Kabba sons who has made their marks in their various fields of endeavour with commendable impact in the society.
Engr. Ajigi called on privileged persons in the society to emulate Prince Ibinayin and Barr. Olorunmotito, adding that service to humanity is not in vain.
Earlier, in his address, the publisher of Exposure Newspaper, Gabriel Olayemi, said recipients were all distinguished achievers who were carefully selected for the awards.