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City People Magazine Celebrates The Carpenters’ Boss, Kayode Alfred On Thursday

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City People Magazine Celebrates The Carpenters’ Boss, Kayode Alfred On Thursday

…His exploits in fashion and hospitality businesses

Frontline celebrity journal, City People Magazine led by its publisher and renowned veteran journalist, Dr. Seye Kehinde has put all things together to make May 11, 2023 a memorable and unforgettable day for budding entrepreneur and journalist, Kayode Alfred.

The Chief Executive officer of The Carpenters Restaurant, Kayode Alfred will be celebrated by the City People Magazine for his sterling and enterprising qualities and input as a celebrity journalist turned entrepreneur.

His success story in the hospitality business is being celebrated and this will take place at ‘The Carpenters Restaurant’, located at Wemco Road, Agidingbi Ikeja, Lagos.

Speaking about the event, Seye Kehinde said: “We are celebrating Kayode Olanshile Alfred for his contribution to the hospitality business and fashion industry, as he has been doing these for years, and he has not relented in his effort.

“This is the only way to appreciate and encourage his immense contribution in the hospitality business, alongside his beloved associates and friends in a well packaged event like this.”

The event which is packaged by the City People Entertainment, promises to be entertaining will have sensational Nigerian Juju musician Adeyinka Adeboye, popular known ‘Boye Best’ to entertain the guest.

Ever since Kayode Alfred launched out not long ago into the enterprising world, he has continually remained in the consciousness of people he rendered service to.

This celebrity journalist is a self-starter; a self-driven entrepreneur with astounding diligence and sartorial depth. This is as a result of his passion and enterprising and innovative qualities in whatever he puts his mind to.

Alfred has long nurtured this dream since he was in school, and this dream is now coming to reality going by the number of corporate guys and elite clientele that proudly patronized his business.

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