GAB Awards

Theresa May

Prime Minister Theresa May congratulates GAB Awards

British Prime Minister - Theresa May MP, has sent a message of congratulations to organisers of the Annual Gathering of Africa's Best (GAB) Awards. She said: "I would like to congratulate Trumpet Media on its 18th Annual Gathering of Africa's Best



Nigeria's Acting High Commissioner to the United Kingdom - H.E. Mr. Adah Simon Ogah, has commended organisers of the Gathering of Africa' Best (GAB) Awards for efforts in promoting the image of Africa. more

26 Nov 2016 12:03 News

Patrons of the Gathering of Africa's Best (GAB) Awards have joined in celebrating excellence within the African community. GAB Awards Patrons: Prem Goyal, Helen Grant MP and Dapo Williams, in separate Goodwill Messages, all extolled the African more

26 Nov 2016 11:46 News

His career in Sports Journalism started as far back as 1993 in Nigeria whilst studying Civil Engineering at Federal University of Technology, Akure. He was the Chief Editor of the campus sports magazine, ‘FUTABALL’ (A weekly published football more

25 Nov 2016 18:02 Nominations

She also established proudtobeme, a non-profit organisation empowering teenage girls to ‘Aspire, Achieve and Acquire.’ Proudtobeme currently offers coaching and mentoring in schools, colleges and in faith groups through a range of different more

25 Nov 2016 17:56 Nominations

She has been destined to make impact right from a young age. Her love of people has led to her to make contributions to her local community and people around her. She not only volunteers but has supported campaigns against Gun and Knife crime. more

23 Nov 2016 08:52 Nominations

She has dedicated the past 30 years of her life to help the old, the sick and the poor even though she herself is frail and fragile and definitely not rich - and goes about everywhere carrying bags of fruits, bread and sweets and giving them out to more

22 Nov 2016 20:35 Nominations

The firm aims in the coming years to continue to defend and represent the ethnic minority groups especially with current trends with Brexit and the challenges of the likely scrapping of the Human Rights Act. more

22 Nov 2016 09:07 Nominations

She was born in Zimbabwe and came to the UK to train as a Nurse in 1971. She became a Registered Nurse and retired after 35 years. She has been a Labour party member for 21years and a Councillor for 18 years representing Plaistow North. more

22 Nov 2016 01:07 Nominations