Sir Jerry Wanodi: A Renowned International Oil and Gas Entrepreneur with Extraordinary Legacies

Spread the love
Sir.Jerry Wanodi

 

 

“Men with great destinies grow their businesses step by step”-Godday Odidi

In life, you don’t underrate people by their first appearances in public places until their secret legacies are exposed to those that value legacy life styles on earth.

It was on Bishop Isaac Idahosa 54th birthday bash I met Sir. Jerry Wanodi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Porshe Oil Group of Companies as one of the faithful sons of the bishop who over the years stood for the exponential growth of Godfirst Ministries International aka Illumination Assembly.

Though, when my colleague, Mr.Clem Emma, a renowned blogger and freelance writer officially introduced him to me as we were interviewing Bishop Isaac Idahosa’s guests on the red carpet, it was then, I began to sense that his personality is well respected globally in the oil and gas sector.

In 2017, he co-anchored Bishop Isaac Idahosa’s 52nd birthday bash with Mrs.Moji, one of the faithful daughters of the lordship. The event was well-attended by classic guests from all walks of life.

Sir. Jerry Wanodi bagged a degree in Computer Science from the University of Lagos and attended Gideon High School.

As an international oil and gas entrepreneur cum philanthropist globe-trotting from one part of the world to another, he has established great legacies among his community and business circle over the years till date.

He has built entrepreneurial legacies home and abroad exhibiting professionalism and integrity among his clients and beyond. He remains a young oil and gas entrepreneur that has knack for creative business in Africa.

Sir. Jerry Wanodi has passion for humanitarian services and always committed to things of God. He is an entrepreneur with a difference.

 

 

  

 


Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.