On Saturday 18th May 2013, the 2nd Annual Women4Africa Awards will take place, already the signs are clear that interest and participation is rising rapidly.
Holding at the very prestigious Great Hall in Kensington, this year’s awards will be honouring a plethora of amazing African women. The list of final nominees represents over 15 African countries Including Ethiopia, Malawi, Swaziland, Senegal, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana and more.
To see full list of final nominees, HERE
#Women4Africa will also be recognising some outstanding women for their evidenced contributions and achievements. Some of the women to be recognised are Soneni Gwizi of Zimbabwe, the first female disabled radio broadcaster in Zimbabwe. Dr Joe Okei –Odumakin of Nigeria recently hailed as ‘a fearless, fiery champion of democracy and human rights (and recently awarded for her Activism and Heroism) and Esther Madudu of Uganda a midwife and spokesperson for AMREF’s Stand Up For African Mother’s campaign and estimated to have saved over 1,000 lives in the course of her career, these are just some of the recipients on the day.
The awards will be hosted by Actress Chizzy Akudolu and Media Icon Princess D’eun Adedoyin-Solarin and is expected to have up to 1,000 attendees which will also include a number of dignitaries, MP’s , High Commissioners and other guests.
Founders Sam and Tola Onigbanjo and the entire Women4Africa team are set to make the Women4Africa 2013 Awards ceremony the biggest and most successful of its kind.
For more information about our Awards and other community based events visit www.women4africa.com
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