The 2nd Edition Of The Prestigious Nigeria Service Awards & Lecture is Set For Thursday 24th November 2022

All is set for the 2022 Prestigious Nigeria Service Awards and Lecture, which is slated for Thursday, November 24th at the National Press Centre, Radio House, Adjacent ICC, Area 11, Garki, Abuja.

This year’s edition is the 2nd in the series of this event.
According to the Executive Director, COA Media Group; Amb. Cletus Akhimien in a statement made available at a press briefing in view of the forthcoming glamorous event, he said that the Nigeria Service Awards and Lecture was constituted to recognize and appreciate deserving individuals, corporate entities and professional institutions that have made remarkable impact in our society.
The Award is the brainchild of COA Media, Eminence Magazine and Crest TV Nigeria, which is an Online TV.
COA Media platforms accords due accolades to deserving and dedicated persons and organizations, extolling the virtues of hard work, ingenuity, integrity and uncommon achievements in their service to humanity.
“The 2022 edition is tailored to honour and celebrate individuals and organizations who have epitomized those virtues in what they do, specifically in the year under review. This award is expected to bring together the crème de la crème of the Nigerian society from all walks of life, offering a unique platform for social and corporate networking.
The theme for this year’s edition is “Human Rights, Rule of Law, Justice and Leadership Excellence” – A critical combination to Nigeria’s New Democratic Paradigm, where a top Socio-Political analyst and commentator is expected to deliver a thought provoking lecture.
Keynote Speaker for the event is Alh. Ahmed Buhari, the Vice Presidential Candidate of the African Democratic Congress(ADC) and the African Union Ambassador and Agenda 2063 Envoy. He is a Professional with immense experience as a Government Liaison Consultant in the Oil and Gas sector, a Public Relations Professional and a Social Commentator who is deeply rooted in Nigerian politics.