1 December 2017

Nigeria: Uzochukwu Bags 2017 African Achievers Awards in UK [video/Photos]

Chairman of Stanel Group, Mr. Stanley Uzochukwu on Thursday bagged the 2017 Arfican Archievers Awards by the Forbes rated African Achievers Award.

The most African prestigious Award for great African achievers according to Forbes rating, was hosted by renowned British Labour Party politician, Diane Julie Abbott at the United Kingdom House of Parliament on Thursday, November 30, 2017.

The Nigerian business magnet and philanthropist won the 2017 African Achievers Awards for his outstanding achievements in the areas of job creation, reaching out to and putting smile on the faces of widows, orphans, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs),

Prison inmates, people with disabilities and, of course, his contribution to child education in Nigeria.

Uzochukwu received the Award under the category of enterprise and business impact in Nigeria.

Other notable recipients at the Award ceremony included the chairman of Sustainable Healthcare International, Dr. Mike Otomosho, the managing director of Aspire Education Group, Patricia Lamour, Engr. (Dr.) Emmanuel Audu-Ohwavborua (FNSE, PMP), Julius Nkafu among others.

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