“If I have not picked your call, I’m a man of modest income” — Dele Momodu sends note of apology to all those he cannot assist

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Dele Momodu, a Nigerian journalist and prominent businessman, publicly apologizes to everyone he cannot help financially.

The journalist who owns the well-known Ovation magazine resorted to Twitter to voice his dissatisfaction at the lack of assistance for as many individuals in need as he would like.

He emphasizes that while he wants to help others, he also has personal projects to pursue.

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Furthermore, he pleads with those whose calls he has refused to pick up, stating that he respects them too much to say no.

In Dele Momodu’s words;

“SINCERE APOLOGIES… It has become necessary for me to offer apologies to those who have asked me for one support or the other in recent time for my inability to help. God is my witness, I’m currently overwhelmed by my own projects that require absolute discipline and focus. I pray that God will help me to be able to bless those who genuinely need help. If I have not picked your call, it is because I feel too pained to say NO to you. It is a sign of my respect for you, and not of disdain. I’m a man of modest income and I always try not to overstretch my luck.
I wish for your kind understanding at this difficult moment…”

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