February 11, (THEWILL) – The city of Lagos recently hosted dignitaries from all walks of life during the installation of Ambassador Olamide Davies Talabi with four chieftaincy titles from four different communities. The award-winning humanitarian, advocate and a two-time Honorable Commissioner in the City of Newark, New Jersey, United States was conferred with the following titles: the Yeyeluwa of Agbado Kingdom; the Jakadiyan Wuje of Azara Nasarawa, a title she got because of her over two decades of humanitarian work and women empowerment activities; the Yeye Tunwase of Ifetedo Kingdom and the Yeye Atunluse of Aramoko Kingdom.
No fewer than 20 traditional rulers from different parts of the country attended the installation ceremonies. The guests include: The Chief of Staff of Lagos State, Tayo Ayinde; Cardinal James Omolaja Odunmbaku; Lagos State Commissioner for Establishment and training, Afolabi Ayantayo; Hon David Odunmbaka, Chairman Ojodu Local Government; HRM Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja II; HRH Olori Folashade Ashley Ogunwusi; HRH Oba Adedayo Shyllon; HRH Oba Akinola Akinrera; HRH Emir Kabiru Ibrahim; HRH Oba Olusegun Aderemi; Erelu Abiola Dosunmu, Iyalaje Odua Toyin Kolade; HRM Oba Olusegun Macgregor; HRH Olori Omolola Macgregor; Publisher of Ovation Magazine, Dele Momodu; and Caroline Adeneye. Nollywood was also generously represented.
The chairwoman of Imperial Group of Companies LLC, Davies is also the founder of Miss Africa Tri-State beauty pageant and the Ogun State Ambassador for Culture and Tourism. A real estate guru, International Trade and Investment Consultant, she is also a published author of two books; ‘Women In Shelter’ and ‘She Wears The Crown’. Being a two-term serving Taxi Commissioner (Transport) in the US makes her the first Nigerian woman to achieve this feat.