Several Nigerians accumulated for the primary ever Uncelebrated Nigerians Awards UK occasion supper which occurred on September 24 at the Mayfair Banqueting Suite in Chadwell Heath where 56 people who had separated themselves in the UK diaspora group were regarded.
At the primary such occasion of its kind, Nigerians occupant in the UK who had never been regarded, were given plaques and authentications in acknowledgment of their commitment to society. Among the dignitaries who went to incorporated the Worshipful leader of Redbridge, Councilor Gurdial Bhamra; Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the senior uncommon right hand on diaspora undertakings to President Muhammadu Buhari and Mrs Olufolake Abdulrasaq, the leader of the consular, instruction and welfare segment at the Nigerian high commission and Chief Adebayo Oladimeji, the executive of the Nigerian Council of Elders.”
Ayo Akinfe, the organizer of the arranging board of trustees said: “Our honors function ended up being an awesome occasion with 56 awardees gave respects in acknowledgment of their commitment to the Nigerian diaspora group in the UK. We were enchanted to see that every one of our visitors had an incredible time and appreciated a lovely night that included amusement, Nigerian food and comic drama.
“As a panel, we might want to compliment all our awardees and wish them well in all their future tries. There are such a large number of individuals we owe our appreciation to including our performers, volunteers, staff at Mayfair Banqueting Suite, individuals from people in general, regarded visitors, group pioneers, and so on.”
Malcolm Benson, the executive of the attention sub-panel, included: “We might want to say a major thank you to everybody and compliment our 56 awardees. They were the saints and courageous women of the night, while we the board of trustees individuals were only the facilitators.”
Dayo Olomu, the seat of the occasions administration sub-advisory group, included: “Arranging this occasion was a tremendous test however we were resolved that it must be a win. We are pleased that we pulled it off and now need to consider whether we need to make this a yearly occasion.”
Awardees were given endorsements that were counter-marked by the acting high magistrate Mr Adah Simon Ogah and Jeremy Lefroy MP of the International Development Committee.