The forthcoming prestigious peace achievers award will be honouring great peace agents, who have done commendably well in peace building and social justice.
Amongst these outstanding elites, is Prof (Amb.) Apostle Ejiofor Chinedum Emmanuel, Mr. joseph Ebosa and other prominent figures in Nigeria and across the globe.
This was made known to newsmen yesterday, through a brief press release from organizers of the award event. According to the organisers, the 7th edition of Peace Achievers Award will hold in Abuja Nigeria, on the 22nd of September at Transcorp Hilton hotel.
The award will be recognising and honouring those who have contributed earnestly to nation building, through peace related programs and advocacy.
The Africa-Nigeria peace development award, is one amongst the few peace awards, that is celebrated with a loud reception of prominent figures from across the world to guest the prestigious award celebration.
However, the high profile event will be recognising Professor (Amb) Apostle Ejiofor Chinedum Emmanuel, for his sincere inputs in peace related programs in Nigeria and Africa.
According to the director of Peace Achievers award, Amb. Kingsley Amafibe, the recognition of distinguished personalities like Mr Joseph Ebosa and others is in view of their weighty commitments to social justice, peace and development programs that promotes unity.
The glamorous event, will however recognise other outstanding contributors in different award categories. Few of the propose awardees are, Dr. Paddy Emmanuel Iyamu, Mr. Richard Erepamo Akinaka, Hon Diepreye Abaye Leghemo, Dr. Mrs. Elizabeth Jack Rich Tein Jr, Mr. Sowemimo Abiodun Alex, Alhaji Yusuf Chico Otuya, Mr. Valentine Ozigbo, Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, Haruna Bawa Waziri, Chief Henry Njoku, Mr. Emmanuel Akpakwu, Dr. Abiodun Christopher Onus, Dr. Elisha Attai, Comrade Paschal Benedick Ogbonna, Dame Judith Obiajulu Amaechi, Acapella, Faze, Mr. Samson Davies, Mr. Quincy Peter Oko, Mrs. Saadatu Adamu, Option A International, Chief Gesi Asamaowei, Governor Aminu Bello Masari, Malvin Thompson K, His Royal Majesty King Michel Ateke Tom JP, Sir Capt Edward Yinkere, Prince Ishola Abiodun Olatunbosun, Dr.Evans Woherem and others.