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Jenny Chisom Named Alban Hub Icon and Most Significant Person of the year

2016 kicked off in a big way for me and I can see that you too will get so blessed, you won't believe it!

On the first of January, 2016, I was named the Icon and Most Significant Person of the year for a great brand - a group of companies called Alban ICE. I have been over the moon and have since gotten adjusted to receiving more and becoming more outstanding. Thanks Alban Group!

Few minutes ago, I was Interviewed or better still recorded for a radio show, on NOUN 105.9 fm Lagos. It will be broadcast in a few days and I will give you heads-up when it's about to air.

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