Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim is regarded as one of Nigeria’s biggest exports currently putting his mother’s land on the world map with his brilliance and uncommon wizardry. He is of the ideology that charity begins at home and that is the reason he is investing and campaigning heavily to help Nigeria tow the path of switching to alternative renewable energy to generate power while reducing pollution.
The Next TV boss, educated in the UK and US, had a great aptitude for sports as well as international business and finance. He is an accomplished polo player and racing driver who has risen to the very top of the motor racing world in GT racing and Formula 1 as an owner. He has been involved in high profile deals globally and has been honored and welcomed by governments and heads of state around the world. He has a great passion for public service and a tremendous interest in sustainable living and environmental development in Africa.
The son of Kogi State first-class monarch, the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, HRH Dr. Ado Ibrahim, connotes the persona of a man born under the proverbial lucky star. He has constantly changed the archetypal narrative about Nigerians to the rest of the world. Last year, the polo buff made the headlines when he tied the nuptials with Adama, the daughter of Borno billionaire Mohammed Indimi. The nuptial went viral as they both professed undying love for each other.
The love birds, Malik and Adama stepped out last weekend for the TedXOkenne, where Prince Malik was a guest speaker. As they both sauntered into the red carpet at Afims hotel, Okene, paparazzi shutters kept clicking away trying to catch a glimpse of their fashion statement and elegant poise. They both looked ravishing as they held hands just like a newly wedded couple. At the event, the CEO of Nigus International displayed his oratory prowess, speaking extensively on renewable energy and changing mindsets to become visionary by thinking far ahead.
He said; “Renewable has the resource to power electric vehicles. We need to get ahead of the curve; we as Africans are blessed with the sun. Let’s create. Let’s develop something great.”