Myles Munroes Son Gives Shout-Out To Love Idoko

The son of popular late international speaker, Myles Munroe has given shout out to Nigerian publisher, speaker and event planner, Love Idoko for dedicating the last edition of the magazine to his late parents, Dr Myles Munroe and Ruth Munroe who passed away in an unfortunate plane crash on November 9, 2014.

Love Idoko who has made indelible mark in event planning and publishing will be making a giant stride into the world of TV as her TV programme; Activating Success debut on AIT from Saturday, June 6.

Activating Success provides an inspirational and motivational moment that features successful public figures from all facets of life who share their success secrets generously and some highlighted the many mistakes they made before becoming the inspirational figures they are now.

According to Love, motivating people, inspiring them towards success has always been her life-long desire and calling. Her campaign for hard work and self-actualization began like a mere passion during her early life, but has now grown into a vision that has developed into a national movement from the Food Basket of the nation. At 17, Love Idoko had written her first book, “Celebrating Change” and was awarded the coveted prize of best female motivational speaker at the Kogi State University where she studied Micro Biology.

Activating Success is a thirty minutes programme which emphasis motivation as a major thrust, probes the different ‘successful’ public figures on how they made it to the top, the mistake before they ‘made’ it and how many young people and general public can make it as well.

The programme also features inspirational talk,music, quotes and segments where guests will sing their favourite inspirational song and share their success story.

Notable personalities that have had interview with the host are motivational speaker and senior pastor of the Wisdom centre Dr Mike Murdock, Dr Godswill Akpabio, Nollywood actor Femi Jacobs, Award winning musician Innocent Idibia, Nollywood actor and politician Desmond Elliot, Big brother Africa all stars winner Uti Nwachukwu, Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah and a host of others.

Before metamorphosing into a TV show, Activating Success was a popular radio show on Radio Benue 95.0 FM. Love has hosted many even as far away as America on the show and attracted dedicated audience which has caught the attention of corporate bodies.

With the TV debut, many are wondering if she can re-enact the success she has had in the entire project she ventures into, only time will tell.




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