Almere, The Netherlands – 25th August 2018 – The Voice Magazine, the organizers of The Voice Achievers Award has released the official list of the 2018 winners as part of activities to mark the Magazine’s 19th year anniversary. The Award is an appreciation of individuals, organizations and professionals that have made exceptional contribution towards the advancement of Africa and her people in various fields of human endeavour. This year’s list contain multi-facial recipients drawn from around the world.
The awardees will be recognized on November 23rd at the annual “The Voice Achievers Award” holding in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Preparations are underway to celebrate the winners at African’s most elegant ceremony in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
It is a two-day event commencing from 22nd of November with a round table discussion/business networking on the theme: “Reinventing the future of Africa now”. A panel of discussants will interrogate this subject in an interactive session with the audience. There will be an exhibition of goods and services across the hall, thereby creating a window for the exposition of your goods and services. This is a strategic opportunity to promote your businesses and services to a unique audience.
The 2018 Award Committe, rigorously and meticulously chose from a pool of prominent nominees for their notable accomplishments in various fields of human endeavour – businesses and service to humanity.
As it is in our tradition, the unblemished and conscientious work of our Award Committee bears its testament to these wonderful set of awardees for 2018.
Below is a complete list of 2018 Awardees.
(1) Governor Godwin Obaseki, (Nigeria)
(2) Arabinrin Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu(Nigeria)
(3) Dr. Osahon Enabulele (Nigeria)
(4) Miatta Fahnbulleh (USA/Liberia)
(5) George Wachiuri (Kenya)
(6) Gloria Jones (USA/Sierra Leone)
(7) Patti Boulaye, OBE (United Kingdom)
(8) Eyo Bassey (Nigeria)
(9) Emeka Okonkwo (E-money) (Nigeria)
(10) Her Excellency, Ambassador Vestine Nahimana (Burundi)
(11) Princess Tokunbo Adenike Ajayi (Nigeria)
(12) John Bunyeshuli (Rwanda)
(13) Pastor Chuks Anizor (Nigeria)
(14) Margaret Anizor (Nigeria)
(15) Terabel Marini (Cameroon/Italy)
(16) Don Ceder (The Netherlands)
(17) Abada Iwuchukwu (The Netherlands/Nigeria)
(18) Patrick Ngambi (Cameroon)
(19) Ambassador Charles Onyebuchi Onyieke (Nigeria/Germany)
(20) Funke Oshonaike (Nigeria/Germnay)
(21) Owuor Jakano (DJ) (Kenya)
(22) Tony Airhenbuwa (Germany)
(23) Uche Nwatarali (Nigeria/The Netherlands)
(24) Christine Among (Uganda)
(25) Sunday Eromosele (United Kingdom)
(26) Mary Tataw (Cameroon)
(27) Princess Tina Amuziam (Nigeria)
(28) Joy Zenz (Germany)
(29) De Cardinals International Friends Club (The Netherlands)
(30) Assumpta Gahutu (Angola)
(31) Eve Pamba (France)
(32) Dr. Angela Okemena Unufe-Kennedy (United Kingdom)
(33) Gideon Boateng (Belgium/Ghana)
(34) Lilian Ogechi Esoro (Nigeria)
(35) Shan George (Nigeria)
(36) Hon. Osaze Osemwegie-Ero (Nigeria)
(37) Iwan Wilfred Leeuwin (Surinam)
(38) Dennis de Almeida (Ghana)
(39) David Smith (United Kingdom)
(40) Prince Afolabi Obasuyi (Nigeria)
(41) Muzaffer Kosan (Turkey)
(42) Shirley Ogechi Igwe (Nigeria)
The Voice magazine has been a trusted media name for almost two decades, communicating news, events, promoting businesses and connecting consumers to top-rated services across the Diaspora. We provides unique media tools and support business activities to improve the local service experience for both clients and consumers.
“The award honours top on the ladder of success stories and recognizes upcoming individuals whose ambition is to make it to the top. It is a blend of the young and the older generation to share experiences and exchange ideas and network for future advancement of their services.
The Publisher and Chairman of The Editorial Board of The Voice Magazine, The Netherlands, Elvis Iruh, sums it up: “It is our belief that the Award winners will continue to have significant effect on the advancement of Africa and her people. Through the support of their businesses, hard work, social activities, philanthropy, service to humanity, academic and personal development skills, we are simply encouraging you to continue the good work because one day you will be publicly appreciated and acknowledged. It is our obligation to empower and inspire the younger generation coming behind to improve the life experiences of others through their career and other works”.
The Voice Achievers Award will host ‘a dress to impress’ Award Gala Evening at De Koning Party & Event center, Amsterdam. The event will showcase the awardees and celebrate their success stories.
For more information & Media Contact: The Voice media department
Elvis Iruh: +31648519292
Abeka Salmin Abdallah: +31629340503
SOURCE :The Nigerian Voice (local news)