Felicitations and goodwill messages have continued to pour in the way of the cerebral Chairman of Ailes Group Ltd, Chief (Dr) Michael Onuoha over his emergence as one of the Champion Newspaper 2022 Heros.
Chief Onuoha who amongst others are billed for the investiture ceremony today has been described by captains of industry, business tycoons, associates and well wishes as an uncommon industrialist and economic builder who have created immense impact in his chosen fields of endeavours.
Chief Onuoha who bagged the Most Innovative Brand CEO of the Year, is among over fifteen other accomplished Nigerians and institutions nominated for the various category of the Champion Newspaper awards.
Among those who felicitated with the Chairman of Ailes Group is fellow industrialist, Uche Francis Nwachukwu, Chairman/CEO Ucon Group.
He described Onuoha as a phenomenal innovator and achiever with a midas touch.
“This amazing accomplishment is just one step on your journey. Your ability to relentlessly search for solutions
to problems and find innovative ways to improve the world is the key to this success and many to come.”
Another well wisher, Dr. Razak Mohammed in his congratulatory message dubbed Onuoha as an excellent innovative CEO.
“As the Chairman of Alies Group Limited,
you have consistently demonstrated
excellence and innovative leadership,
thereby earning this prestigious award.
I am delighted to learn of your success
and offer my heartfelt congratulations.
“Without a doubt, you deserve this
recognition for your impressive work as
the CEO of your company.”
Chief Onuoha does not only preside over very successful businesses that cuts across maritime, oil and gas, his involvements are deep, significant and economically compelling, and building a variety of innovative brands.
Amongst the awardees is Governor Babatunde Sanwo-Olu and Governor Adeleke of Lagos and Osun states, respectively, Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority, Mohammed Bello-Koko, Chairman of NDLEA, Maj. Gen Buba Mara, former Cross Rivers State Governor, Donald Duke; include corporate organizations like UBA, Standard Chartered Bank, Paralex etc.