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EVENT: AFRICAN ACHIEVERS AWARDS 2013

Gerald Langiri
February 22 / 2013

The Institute of Leadership and Management and Board of the African Achievers Awards, which includes the Rt Hon. Thokozani Khupe, Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, are delighted to invite you and your organisation to the African Achievers Awards 2013.

23rd February 2013, from 5:30p.m

Hilton, Mama Ngina St, Nairobi,Kenya

The event is comprised of 3 parts:

Ø  The Future is Africa; Lecture

 The Future is Africa Lecture seeks to draw attention to areas of developmental needs on the African continent with the view of proffering solutions. The event will have two sections, an informative session that will major on issues that challenge development in Africa, and a section that will relate to charitable ideals and personalities. Through these methods we hope to build bridges across the gaps that exist in our society today, which has fuelled the problem of inequality and under development in our societies.

Ø  The African Achievers Awards Ceremony

African Achievers from the Continent and in Diaspora are recognised for their contribution to the progress of Africa and given awards in a broad range of categories.

Ø  The Achievers Gala Night

Our Achievers Gala Night is designed to be a fun, exciting and A-List networking event that will have in attendance varied diplomats, top politicians, public office holders and top business entrepreneurs from within the African continent and beyond.

 The African Achievers Awards is an annual event aimed at recognizing individuals and groups that have distinguished themselves in their area of expertise to building a greater Africa. The work being celebrated cuts across different spheres of life and is working to inspire and motivate future generations.


This year, we are focused on having guests from at least 21 African countries spanning about 4 African Presidents, heads of government agencies, corporate organisations, entrepreneurs, diplomats, youth representatives and student representatives from 12 universities spread across the world.

The last African Achievers Award was hosted by King’s College London and the awardees’ included: Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu, who was awarded in recognition of his fight for human rights, justice and peace; Rt. Hon. Joyce Banda (Now President of Malawi) in recognition of her excellence in leadership; Hon. Thokhozani Khupe (Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe) in recognition of her empowerment work with women; Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola SAN, amongst others.

 We would be delighted if you would join us for the African Achievers  Awards 2013.

 This is a ticket only event and places are restricted. Book your ticket now

It is essential that you reserve your tickets in advance of the event by emailing or texting ALL the following information to africanachieversawards@gmail. com or +254723875536.

Name, Organisation, Telephone Number and Email Address.

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Visit their website here. www.africanachieversawards.org

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