If French President, Emmanuel Macron had the opportunity, Belinda Adenuga-Disu would have been converted to a French citizen. He won’t blink an eye to carry out such gestures owning to her contributions to humanity and the promotion of a smooth French-African relationship.
Last December, she was honoured for her contributions to philanthropy and business excellence, when France President, conferred her with the French National honour of the ‘Chevalier dans l’ordre des Arts et de lettres’, making her one of the youngest recipient.
Bella as she is fondly called by close associate, is remarkably different from her peers. Despite being born with a sliver spoon in her mouth, she has never looked down on the downtrodden.
The director of Julius Berger Nigeria has displayed her wizardry in business management with resounding success across board earning her managerial post at different multi-national companies
The Vice Chairman of Nigeria’s indigenous service provider, Globacom, is fast stepping into the shoes of her father. Over the years, she has risen meteorically to the apex of her beautiful career with unprecedented sterling achievements since she arrived back to Nigeria after her studies in the United States years ago.
With her commendable level of managerial skills and prowess, she rose in rank at her dad’s communications brand Globacom over the years, learning from experience, starting from the bottom, where like an acorn she grew from being a “Sales Executive” to finally becoming an “Executive Director” and now the Vice Chairman of the brand.
Bella’s resume is quite an intimidating one. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA with a first degree in Political Science and International Relations in 2004, she’s currently pursuing her second degree a Master’s also in Boston but at the Northeastern University with focus on Leadership Concentration.
Despite her tight work schedule and clumsy travel itinerary, the Chief Executive Officer of Cobblestones Properties finds solace in music. According to sources, her father ignited her love for music most expecially, highlife music genre.
During her formative years, she grew up listening to varieties of music from her dad’s collection. “Bella grew up in a music loving family. Her father is a lover of music most expecially the highlife genre. Bella caught her interest in music from listening to a wide genre of music. If she was not a boardroom guru, she might probably make a career in music.
Intrestingly, during Christmas celebration, she never ceased to amaze her numerous supporters. The chairperson of the Bella Disu Foundation, displayed her dexterity with the saxophone by performing her favourite Christmans song titled; ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’ along side her sister Sade Adenuga, while her dad was seated, listening to her tunes.
After the electrifying musical performance, Bella was applauded by her father. She wasted no time in showing the world that; despite her busy schedule, she still finds time to rehearse, sing and play the saxophone very well.