Delegation of Jet Age Nation Builders paid a courtesy visit to the Palace of the 21st Olu of Warri, HRM, Ogiame Atuwatse III.

On the 3rd of September, delegation of Jet Age Nation Builders lead by @young_piero alongside The steering committee of the Jet Age Nation Builders led by @shinapeller paid a courtesy visit to the Palace of the 21st Olu of Warri, HRM, Ogiame Atuwatse III.

The Country Representative Hajia Ameenah Adebayo-Shittu, presenting the objective of the visit to the Olu, she said the visit was to formally introduce all that Jet Age Nation Builders represents, and her partners; Lead Generation Initiative and American International Educational Federation to His Royal Majesty. She also praised and congratulated the Olu of Warri on his peaceful ascension to the throne of his forebears on 21 August, 2021.

She expressed pride in the royal carriage and rare courage rooted in wisdom as shown by the King on his coronation, describing him as, “a Highly Spiritual Leader rising to the challenges of leadership with dignity and humility.”

“This singular act has cemented your credentials as a King who delights in love and light,” she said.

She also prayed God grants him the wisdom, health, insights, and acuity for a successful reign on the revered throne of his ancestors which she prayed, will attract increased development to his people, rubbing off on the State, and the entire nation.

Welcoming the delegation, the Paramount Ruler commended the amazing work and project, also stated he’s a youth and part of the Jet Age.

Whilst disclosing that he remains a friend and would make himself available to support, he lauded Hon Shina Abiola Peller for his ideals that prioritize the youth’s welfare and wellbeing over other obligations, announcing that he would love to be part of the event and would Check his schedule to confirm he would be available to attend the conference in Nigeria.

OGIAME Atuwatse lll, thank you for having us your majesty,
Long live your dynasty
Long live the 21ST OLU OF WARRI,
Long Live Federal Republic of Nigeria.