The Mudi Relaunch took Abuja unawares. It not only attracted heavy weights from major sectors of the society but went a long way in redefining the true essence of the Capital City as a major magnet for glamour.
The event which had in attendance legendary actor and media entrepreneuer, Mr Richard Mofe Damijo, who happens to me an iconic muse for the brand was co-chaired by the Honourable minister of state for health, Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora.
Mamora was ably supported by the minister of state for Labour, Barrister Festus Keyamo who in a very lighthearted banter took the well curated crowd down memory lane, regaling with stories of his childhood in Ughelli where he and Mudi trudged the streets in careless childhood abandon.
The minister for works and housing, Barr Babatunde Fashola (SAN) who was unavoidably absent was represented by his media spokesperson, Alhaji Hakeem Bello.
Other top dignitaries in attendance at the event include super sports presenter, Mozez Praiz, Osaro Onaiwu, Francis Okumagba, the publisher of Abuja Enquiry, Dan Agbawe, Azania Omo-Agege, Julius Rone, to mention a few.
The entertainment industry was represented by popular comedian, Okey Bakassi who regaled the audience with classic one liners cementing his reputation as an evergreen entertainer. Other members of the entertainment world represented included Joseph Edgar also known as The Duke of Shomolu Theatre, producer and columnist and Sam Adeyemi, popular radio presenter at Kiss FM, Abuja.
Earlier, an influential businessman, Sir Oghenekaro Jockey, the managing director of Okama Infinity Nigeria Limited, had hosted the crew to a sumptuous reception held at his exquisite residence in Abuja and he also seized the opportunity to introduce his latest fire fighting equipment, the F-500 Encapsulator Agent billed to be the very best post-modern fire fighting machine.