Port Harcourt—The Brass Federated Youth Council (BFYC) has conferred a meritorious award on the Amadabo of Sambo-ama in Twon Brass Kingdom, Bayelsa State, HRH Samuel Sambo for his philanthropic gesture and support for the growth of youths in the society.
The group under the leadership of Comr. Ayebatonbara Stephen-Gow also made the monarch a patron during the dinner Party held Yesterday in honour of his 60th birthday anniversary in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Stephen-Gow, the President of the BFYC while delivering the award to Sambo described the monarch as a quintessential leader and an inspiration to the younger generation.
He hailed Sambo’s unique leadership qualities as well as his generosity and benevolence, adding that the world needs more people like Sambo to be a better place.
In his remark, Sambo expressed delight over the attendance of guests from far and near, saying that he was overwhelmed with the love shown him.
He thanked all who attended Thursday’s public lecture and launch of his foundation as well as the dinner party, wishing all guests safe travels back to their respective destinations.
He further pledged his commitment to continue to do good and impact society positively, especially through his newly launched foundation—The Sambo Foundation.
The event which was well attended by the elite in the Niger Delta region saw the thrilling performances of Comedienne Real Warri Pikin, Moses Bliss and a host of other entertainers.
Various speakers eulogized Sambo and offered prayers for him to live long and render more humanitarian services.