By Our Reporter
The Journalists International Forum For Migration (JIFORM) has sent a birthday message to the Nigerian-Canadian born Chief Executive Officer of the Abedorc Productions Inc, Canada, Prince Yinka Farinde.
The CEO is a partner of JIFORM / the Chief Host of the 3rd JIFORM Global Migration Summit slated for Toronto, between February 25 and March 6, 2022.
A statement signed by the President of JIFORM, Dr Ajibola Abayomi described the multi-talented CEO as a blessing to Africa in Diaspora.
Farinde, a certified medical practitioner and top music maestro is an international Juju star that owns radio and television stations apart from the Abedorc Promotions, an event promotion company noted for classical activities across the North America region and recently dropped a new elpee titled “Do Ur Own”.
Dr Ajibola remarked: “JIFORM is proud to associate with your enviable successes and unblemished image due to your impeccable character spanning over two decades in Canada. God has granted you another blissful year to continue to be a blessing to humanity.
“We are wishing you all the good things of life in sound health. You have maintained a good name over the years therefore we joined your well wisher across the globe to say you are a joyful fellow that is always ready to serve humanity with humility.
“May God in his infinite mercy continue to be the banner of your safety as we look forward to staging a world class migration event together this year in Toronto.”
Farinde, the Do Ur Own crooner is a recipient of several international awards motivating African artists to raise the stake of showbiz while promoting upcoming stars and talents in different industries.
The Igbajo born prince had promoted lots of top musicians from Nigeria to Canada. They include King Sunny Ade, Chief Ebenezer Obey Fabiyi, Sir Shina Peters, Alhaji Wasiu Alabi Pazuma, King Saheed Osupa, Alhaji Rasheed Ayinde, Alhaji Alao Malaika, Tuface Idibia, Small Doctor among others.