Nigerian presidential hopeful and publisher of Ovation International magazine, Chief Dele Momodu has officially re-launched his African restaurant, House of Ovation by relocating from the busy streets of Osu, to the serene and quiet streets of Airport West.
The new House of Ovation recently host for its first afternoon, a buffet lunch with a guest list as impressive as the menu on offer. Guests at the ceremony included the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Senator Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, President of Nigerian professionals in Ghana Otumba Michael Ayayi and Princess Adelaide Ofori.
Others were the host of Good Evening Ghana Paul Adom Otchere, former Ghanaian beauty queen Inna Patty, social commentator Steve Mawuyenga, Wendy Ofori-Attah, , singer Efya and Mrs. Baaba Banda among others.
Chief Dele Momodu said the relocation came as a result of the restaurant’s desire to remain exclusive and appropriately cater to the security and exclusive needs of its patrons.
Source: Ameyaw Debrah
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