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Prof Ejiofor Bags Pan African Humanitarian Awards In Morocco

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It is no longer news that the most revered and highly respected clergyman, philanthropist and humanitarian has continued to gain world recognition. Just few weeks ago, the visiting Prof of the European American University became a State of Georgia Citizen when he was handed over a Certificate for Honourary Citizenship of Georgia State in Atlanta Georgia, USA.

On his return to Nigeria, he was awarded the “ Peace Icon Awards by the Peace Achievers Awards and few weeks later, this unapologetic humanitarian carried out a two-day free Medical Mission for Women, retirees and children living with Sickle Cell Anaemia in a suburb in Abuja.

Following this milestone achievement in the healthcare delivery services to humanity, he was immediately nominated for one of the highest awards by the Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneur Institute in Morocco. The Summit and International Awards Ceremony took place in Rabat, Morocco with over 42 countries in attendance.

Due to his magnanimosity, three representatives including Prince Ketunge Praise, the Country Director and Representative, Pan Africa, East Africa and Ambassador Babalola flew in to Abuja Nigeria to personally present the Prestigious Award and Certificate to the visiting Professor in Abuja, Nigeria.

The event was witnessed by other anointed Men of God and the church congregation.

It was indeed a great day for the people of Praise Land Royal Springs Int’l Church as the Apostle also received the Award for Excellence from the African Entrepreneurs Merit Awards.

Many most times confuse this Great Man of God and visionary leader as a political figure owing to the fact that it’s is perceived that many politicians carry out humanitarian services to gain attention and followership from the unsuspecting populace, but Professor, Ambassador Apostle Ejiofor Chinedum Emmanuel, is no politician neither is he interested in politics.

Speaking to journalists, the Apostle described his humanitarian behaviour as “inborn” and his only desire is to ensure and lend a helping hand to the poorest of the poor in the society, develop youths and encourage their God-given talents so they can in turn become employers of labour.





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