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11.04.2014 Africa

Women4Africa To Hold 3rd Annual Awards In Kensington, London

By Sam Onigbanjo
Women4Africa To Hold 3rd Annual Awards In Kensington, London
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Women4Africa™ (W4A), is the largest and fastest growing celebration of African Women in Europe and the Commonwealth. The Organisation's awards night presents prestigious awards, recognitions and special honours to remarkable women identified and nominated by the public and selected by Judges on a merit basis only.

On Saturday the 10th of May 2014, Women4Africa™ celebrates its 3rd Annual Awards night in Kensington London. at 6pm, the event will include red carpet ,media Interviews and drinks reception, refreshments, a raffle draw and fashion show by 'Eyato'. Categories for awards on the night include 'Career Woman of the Year', 'Fashion Designer of the Year' 'Young Achiever of the Opening Year' “International African Woman” and more.

The event will be hosted by Lolo1, comedian and on air personality for Wazobia FM Radio and Toya Washington, TV presenter at BEN TV. Speakers confirmed at the event include Honorable Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the chairman of the House of Representatives Diaspora Committee who will be delivering the key-note speech, Betty Makoni, founder and CEO of Girl Child Network World Wide and Adebisi Osundeko, founder and director of Joy and Joe Limited and Dr Clare Eluka founder Premae Skincare.

Also confirmed to attend this year's prestigious awards are The first Woman to become a banker in Kenya Dr Mary Okello, The Head of the Anti-Human Trafficking Section in Ghana , Superintendent Patience Naa Ashorkor Quaye, Ambassador Nkoyo Toyo of Nigeria, CEO, Standard Bank Jenny Knott and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

Sam Onigbanjo, Women 4Africa Founder, said Recognition and Valuing is a crucial step in development. It's a Key function of any visionary leader to celebrate merit, in this case, to celebrate the phenomenal achievement of African Women which will go a long way in making Africa the “Garden of Eden for the next global generation”

VIP tickets have now completely been sold out! However, limited standard tickets are still available to be purchased

Since the launch of Women4Africa™ in 2011, the event has attracted multiple dignitaries from the UK and Africa. Organisers say the evening offers guests the opportunity to also enjoy a night of entertainment and networking while coming together to celebrate worthy women. Entertainment on the night will be from Opera singer April Koyejo, Afropop singer Vicky Sola, and RnB group She Adores and more.

The Founders of Women4Africa™ are Sam and Tola Onigbanjo.

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