• Former Nigerian President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan is among the distinguished personalities to be honored soon in Kigali
  • Organizers say the choice of Kigali to host the inaugural edition of the awards was based on Rwanda’s many successes as a country.
  • The event is organized by Heritage Times, a communications team positioned to be at the forefront of media innovation in Africa.

FCT, Abuja – Former Tanzanian President the late John Magufuli, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and many others will be honored at the inaugural African Heritage Concert and Awards.

Distinguished African personalities will be honored at the event scheduled for Saturday, April 1 in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda.

Former President Jonathan is highly respected among his peers on the continent. Photo credit: GEJ Foundation
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According to a statement sent to legit.ng on Monday, January 9 by the organizers, the event is intended to celebrate and honor personalities of African descent who have distinguished themselves through notable achievements around the world.

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The organizers noted that the recognition has become imperative to foster the African culture of excellence and promote Afrocentrism.

Part of the statement read:

“The African Heritage Awards and Concert will be a global celebration and recognition of the outstanding achievements of Africans, including those residing in the diaspora, who have excelled in business, politics, philanthropy, entertainment/arts and culture, science and technology. and social innovation. .

“In addition to conferring international prestige and recognition, the award will focus on the critical importance of culture and leadership, which the organizers believe lies at the heart of any shared advancement of socio-economic and political development in Africa.

“The award will also highlight individuals who, under difficult circumstances, have empowered their people and impacted their sphere of influence to pave the way for sustainable and equitable development.

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“Considering that Africa is the root of a large number of people around the world who continue to prosper and evolve despite the many problems and challenges stemming from stereotypes, the organizers strongly state that the event will greatly contribute to changing the perception global of Africans. , and also stimulate the critical mass necessary for the achievement of cultural evolution and the revolution in sustainable development.

“The highlight of the event will include creative performances by some of the best Africans and the presentation of awards to diligently selected individuals who have made a remarkable impact on humanity. It will feature presentations by notable people and leaders, awards ceremonies, performances by musicians, comedians, and poets, and a culminating party.”

Jack-Rich seeks the inclusion of Nigeria and the AU in the G-20 to accelerate economic growth in Africa

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Jack-Rich, president and founder of Belema Oil, Nigeria’s indigenous oil company, made the appeal recently on the sidelines of the US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington DC, United States, during an engagement with the Association of Mayors of USA.

Jack-Rich, who was in Washington DC in one of the subsections with the US mayors, told world leaders that the inclusion of the AU and Nigeria in the G-20 is something Africa needs right now.

Leading UK, China 18, as foreign investors bring N714.8bn to Nigeria

legit.ng It had previously been reported that the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) recently revealed that Nigeria attracted $1.73 billion of foreign investors, companies in the third quarter of last year (Q3’21).

The amount is a 97 percent improvement from the $875.62 million reported in the second quarter of 2021.

NBS gave the numbers in its published Capital Import Report for the third quarter of 2021 posted on its website.

Source: Legit.ng