Princess Stella Oduah; A Success Story

Princess Stella Oduah; A Success Story


Known from inception, princess stella oduah’s wealth and success has been no contemporary news. Seen to have the Midas touch, success has been a leach clinging tightly on her as she passed through the rigors of being a career woman and a politician. Excelling in all her ventures she has been able to build her self an empire and her name a brand. But like all success stories, there was a beginning that consisted of a lot of hard work.

In an interview the senator revealed her climb up the ladder of success, attributing it mostly to God’s favour. She let fall her story, after returning from the United States to Nigeria at the end of her university education and then proceeded to serve her country under the NYSC scheme. She got employment at NNPC after her youth service where she honed her skills and later resigned to erect her own company. She delved into the oil and gas sector but didn’t limit her self to that. She formed other companies from her parent company and engaged in other businesses like procurement, shipping, import and export and so on. She became amongst the top names in oil and gas business in the country.

Following her story, hard work and patience can not be overlooked in her rise to success. Senator Oduah has in every way as an achiever shown her relentless drive for success and has never been shy to share that success and wealth with people. Her philantropism she attributes to God’s kindness on her as she has always put God first in all her doings and so cannot hold back her blessings. Growing up with a mother who was a teacher leaves no surprise why education was a bedrock in her foundation and desciplin inculcated in her.

Today she’s a serving senator of the federal republic of Nigeria representing Anambra North senatorial district. She was not gifted all these, she work hard for it all and today she selflessly shares what she has with all, to raise new leaders that will have her dream and passion to excel and to serve for the greater good of the common man.


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