CEO, Paulad Continental Management Limited, Paul Adams poses with his 2017 Elite CEO’s Award The
CEO, Paulad Continental Management Limited, Paul Adams poses with his 2017 Elite CEO’s Award The

CHIEF Executive Officer, CEO of Paulad Continental Management Limited, Paul Adams has been honoured with 2017 Elite CEO’s Award as a mark of recognition for his hard work before and in the year under review. The award was given to him by the Goodwill Ambassadors Events Agency at Sheraton hotel in Abuja. The event displayed several upcoming artists and prominent personalities in the entertainment industry such as Koboko Master, Ambassador Wahala, Onome de Saint, Mc Jubilee and notable Abuja based musicians, presenters and comedians.

According to him, the award may look small but it was recognition for a man who would not succumb to failure, who picks himself up after he has fallen and drag on. In his words “The award means a lot to me and I thank the good God for making me to get to the level where people recognize my effort, and show me little appreciation. One of the major things that makes me to be where I am today, is knowing what to do, consistence and creative in whatever I am doing no matter how difficult it is,” he said.

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Speaking at the occasion, Paul disclosed that, he was once a banker, he worked with Oceanic bank for almost ten years before foraying into real estate development which started with a simple counsel from a bank customer and once he saw the potential in the business there was no going back.

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Adams maintained that, “I must continue to reach out to people behind in other to encourage them and also to create an environment where people will make reference to you” he stated.
No wonder today, he is being recognized as a young entrepreneur. Rubbing minds with other real estate developers who were also having issues but in his case, he realized that the path to greatness is one full of trials and one must never give up. “I was a banker before. Later I resigned and join business though there are ups and down but never give up.”

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However, he thereby urged the Enterprising youths to be consistence and creative in whatever they are doing. Adding that youths generally should engage themselves with something in other for God to bless it for them. Saying that it is writing in the Bible “God will bless the works of our hands”.

He is married with 3 children and expecting the fourth, owns a mini estate called Paulad Court and known very well as a philanthropist.