Maiden Edition of My Media Illustrious Award Set to Hold Wednesday, December 16

Maiden Edition of My Media Illustrious Award Set to Hold Wednesday December 16 lindaikejisblog All is set for the much- awaited, revered and prestigious My Media Africa Illustrious Awards. The maiden edition of My Media Africa Awards’ 2020 tagged “Illustrious Africa Awards’ 2020” has been fixed for  Wednesday, December 16th at the Radison Blu Hotel,Ozumba Mbadiwe Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. The event organizer of this prestigious and revered award, My Media Africa has said that preparations are in full swing to accord the 2020 maiden edition of My Media Africa awards all the pomp and pageantry the great event deserves. According to the publisher, “All hands are on deck and preparations are in full swing to make the event a lasting experience for creative and hardworking practitioners and stakeholders across Africa. We assure you it’s going to be first of its kind and a clear departure of what we have had in the past, as encounters and conversations would be held around it – post-event,” he said. My Media Africa, a leading Media outfit with  head office located in the heart of Lekki, Lagos, has come up with a number of award categories that so easily distinguishes the event, as one of its kind. The illustrious African Award is going to be a celebration of merit, excellence and prowess in diverse works of life. Arguably, it will turnout as the only award in Africa that recognizes trail-blazing, ground breaking innovations, philantrophy as well as celebrate individuals, groups, corporate organizations, public servants(all of African origin), who have not only distinguished themselves in the areas of nation building, business and enterprise, but have also contributed immensely in the areas of community development, community leadership, public service, arts & culture, commerce and industry, information technology, health and education. The organizers also added that the  award, tagged: “African Illustrious Award”, plans are also in place to recognize some academia who have made quiet but enormous contributions to knowledge and learning, students who have contributed in the wellbeing of our schools in one way or the other, as well as teachers and technocrats, who have distinguished themselves in their chosen careers and in their communities. The award has been divided into two major categories. The first category is going to be an annual event, with award recipients, drawn from individuals who have excelled in tangible areas like, community development, leadership, arts & culture, business & enterprise, agriculture, among others. The second category of awards which is designed to be a quarterly event, will  given to those who have made contributions in non-tangible sectors like service industries, academia, students, teachers and technocrats. For Awards in the 3 main competitive categories, the Illustrious Africa Awards’ the organizer reiterated that the awards evaluation process is predominantly based on data gathered on the impact and contribution of  the awardees in their respective industries, while  utilizing credible parameters and tools of data evaluation that meet international standards. Another interesting part is that the African Excellence Award ceremony will be holding at different cities across Africa, United States and the United Kingdom. As should be expected, the awards will also record the presence of key players in virtually all the sector of the economy, as it further promises greater expectations.  We’re very grateful for the ongoing support of our sponsors, speakers, and attendees  who continue to register and plan for their attendance at the event.  On the list of our awardees are big industry players, corporate organisations, philanthropists, financial institutions, academia and the legislators who have been outstanding in their service, also on standby are national dailies and media to cover this ground breaking event.The post Maiden Edition of My Media Illustrious Award Set to Hold Wednesday, December 16 appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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