Global Organization To Honor Distinguished Personalities In Abuja

Global Organization To Honor Distinguished Personalities In Abuja

African Transformer Institute (ATI) and Global Socio-economic and Financial Evolution Network Worldwide is set honor distinguished personalities with Unprecedented Leadership and Heroes’ Award. The award is a prestigious international recognition which recognizes distinguished individuals for their unprecedented excellence and pragmatism in leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, profession, business and influence as well as community development, peace and security

The award is part of African Transformer Institute (ATI),  Global Socio-economy and Financial Evolution Network (GSFEN Worldwide) and Peace Ambassador Agency Worldwide programs to recognize distinguished personalities in their different field of endeavors.

Notable personalities already in the nomination lists include Vice President of Global Goodwill Foundation U.S.A, Amb. Lisa Jones, Prof. Peter Bheda of Boston University of Hospitality, U.S.A, Prof. Blessing Lawal, Amb. Ghazala Khan, Dr. Kelvin Morgan, Dr. Gomez

The chairman of the award committee Mr. Igweshi Augustine stated that the award ceremony will be held in Abuja Nigeria in November, 2021 and prominent Nigerians are already been nominated for the prestigious international award


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