The Management of Pinnacle Communications Limited, with a heavy heart, announces the passing onto glory of the Founder and Chairman of the company, Sir Lucky Omoluwa on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 after a brief illness.

Sir Omoluwa , who was full of life, had his breakfast around 9am the same day and was preparing for his usual busy daily activities before the unfortunate incident.

In an environment where honesty and forthrightness are increasingly fading from noble men, Sir Lucky Omoluwa consistently demonstrated the highest values in business, integrity, forthrightness and loyalty to just courses. A fighter who never wavered from the path of truth nor backed down from his firm belief in fighting for what is right irrespective of circumstances, he will be greatly missed on this side of the divide. His touches of excellence, swift wit, large heart, deftness, unwavering loyalty to relationships and boundless charm will always be with us.
Born 6th of March, 1954, The United Nation Peace Ambassador was an illustrious entrepreneur; Founder of Pinnacle Communications Limited (The foremost Nigerian
broadcast engineering company), as well as Pinnacle Investments Ltd, The Centagon International School and Tarmac Works Ltd.

As Chairman of Pinnacle Communication Ltd, he brought the most needed revolution to the broadcast engineering industry in Nigeria whist representing Harris Corporation (now Gates Air), the largest manufacturers of Radio and Television transmitters in the World where Pinnacle Communications won a Carrier License for Broadcasting Signal Distribution (BSD), made available by the Federal Government of Nigeria for transition from analogue to digital broadcasting.

Sir Lucky ,who was in 2012 awarded a Special Congressional Recognition by the United States Congress in Washington DC, consistently won international awards across four continents in Global Best Business Practices, Outstanding Performances, Outstanding Commitment to Business Ethics, Outstanding Trade Contributions Etc. He was also a recipient of Dr Kwameh Nkrumah Merit Award.

Knighted by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010, the devoted catholic was a member of the Religion of Peace, New York, USA.

With an alloyed love for the game Golf, he enthusiastically promoted the game through sponsorship of amateur and professional competitions in Nigeria. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of Kaduna Golf Club, The Prestigious IBB Golf club and the Country Club, Abuja.

The Patron of Nigerian- American Chamber of Commerce, Kaduna touched many lives. Everyone who came in contact with him can attest with life changing stories.

Sir Lucky Omoluwa has written his name in history with the stylus of diamond. He has made an indelible mark on who we are today; we will keep his legacy of selfless service, outstanding stewardship, unusual simplicity and integrity flourishing and glowing.

He is survived by his wife, Nosen, children and grandchildren.

Dipo Onifade
COO, Pinnacle Communications Ltd

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