Annika Acha, Enosadeba Acha, Martins Acha, Declan Acha, and Elaina Acha, from left to right
Martins Acha, the CEO of BioLife Genetics Research and the President of Kontiki Research, recently shut down Houston, Texas, with a lavish celebration for his wife Enosadeba Acha’s 35th birthday. During the ceremony, Martins renewed his vows to his wife of eight years with three linearly aligned 4 carat, VS 1, colourless diamonds on a platinum ring while on his knees.
The Post Oak Hotel, Texas’ first Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond hotel, sponsored the special celebration with the hashtag #enogrand35.
Highly accomplished CEOs, business owners, and socialites from the US, UK, and Nigeria attended the event.
A night of endless flowing champagne with magical entertainment, Belly dancers, harpist, saxophonist and comedy.
One of the highlights of the night was the performance by celebrity artist, Timi Dakolo, who shocked the celebrant with his surprise appearance as he came into the hall singing her favorite all time song ?Iyawo mi?.
It was an evening filled with love, laughter, romance and excitement.
Enosadeba Acha ? fondly called ?Eno? by her peers ? serves as the Vice President and Director, Clinical Operations of Kontiki Research Services (KRS) and a member of the Company?s Executive Team. Eno leads the Corporation?s global marketing, communication, strategy and sustainability functions, in addition to oversight of KRS project management services. She is also the Executive Vice President of Biolife Genetics Research which is a clinical site service focused on connecting Biotech and Pharma companies to patients seeking alternate treatment options outside of standard of care.
Eno has led several multimillion-dollar US businesses as an independent consultant across varying medical fields including Oncology, CNS, Infectious Disease and Dermatology. Consistently delivering bottom line growth through these leadership positions, she contributed to growing KRS to one of the competitive contract research services for outsource activities in the US.
Eno?s impact also extends to philanthropy, as she is the co-founder of Martins & Eno Acha Foundation, a family foundation that has been an outreach to widows, children and the needy, which transformed to becoming a non-profit organization that supports relief efforts for education, feeding, clothing, healthcare and homelessness. Eno?s brilliant and innovative ideas have helped the foundation grow rapidly and see more people listed in its benefits list.
Eno and Martins are blessed with three kids