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GAB Awards London 2018

GAB Awards - Nominations deadline extended to Oct 15

The deadline for the receipt of Nominations and Biographies has been extended from October 5 to October 15 2019 (11.59pm) You can nominate yourself or be nominated by someone else for a honour at the 21st Annual GAB Awards.

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31 organisations and sons, daughters and friends of Africa, bagged the much-coveted GAB award at a glamorous and inspiring ceremony held in London. Read more

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He worked in various capacities in the engineering sector, banking sector and information technology sectors before setting up his own firm - Microsystems international, twelve years ago. Read more

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The gospel artist Sophia (stage name Sophy-Yah) is a dynamic and anointed singer, who encourages and blesses the heart of people with her God given voice. The Nigerian-born artist now based in the United Kingdom (UK) was born-again at age 13 Read more

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She has worked at Senior Management levels for three leading Housing Associations in London for many years before her recent entry into the Nollywood industry. In the space of one year, she has produced two movies: Compatible and The Alter Date Read more

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As an entrepreneur, she promotes other businesses in her community. Style, Elegance, Dignity and Beauty are concepts that drive her to serve others. She started her Temmyz Hair business in 2013, with a passion to instil courage and self-confidence Read more

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Làbáké Làbáké - having bagged a diploma in Law at the University of Ibadan in 1999 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Abuja in 2004; made her debut appearance in the famous Nigerian soap - Fortunes. Read more

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Professor Jaiyesimi’s contribution to the NHS has been significant, serving in the NHS since 1989, the General Medical Council (GMC) Fitness to Practice Committee for 13 years and the Health Professions Council Fitness to Practice Panel. Read more

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Prince Chidiebere Ifoh has seven years of experience in the non-profit sector and is the Founder and President of the Young African Leaders Forum (YALF) - a pan-African organization with the initiative to move Africa to the First World status in Read more

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Seyi Akiwowo grew up in East London and first became involved with politics at school and subsequently joined the Labour Party, serving as Chair of her Branch Labour Party and Women’s Forum and as Executive Officer of West Ham Constituency Labour Read more

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Last year she launched her own range of beauty products - Afunkie Beauty, which is dedicated to providing high quality and affordable beauty products that enhance physical appearance and improve self-esteem. Three of her products are named after the Read more

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Nina Kristofferson

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Nina Kristofferson has been described by The Times as a: ‘hypnotizing, captivating, electrifying’, Actress, Singer and Writer. The experienced jazz vocalist and successful opera singer is also a Director, Blogger and Author. Read more

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Growing up, Peter encountered many difficulties such as abuse, neglect, rejection, poverty etc. Although he was born into a wealthy family, he grew up in an environment of poverty as a result of the death of his father. He was moved from one home to Read more

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After relocating to the United Kingdom in 2003, she decided to start giving back to the community and support vulnerable children and adults, widows and women experiencing difficult relationships and domestic violence. This mission was further Read more

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Her areas of core competence and business cut across pharmacy, manufacturing, furniture, oil and gas, imports, exports, and clearing and forwarding, but to mention a few. Read more

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He supports charities, churches and local communities both in the UK and Nigeria like the Red Cross, Cancer Research UK, Hen Foundation, Help for Heroes, Red Nose, homeless charities in Nigeria. Read more

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The loss of both parents while in Nigeria, nudged him towards discovering his rare talent. In his words: “After losing both parents, life seemed meaningless and unpromising. Depression set in, but I knew there was a brighter light at the end of the Read more

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Her work to improve UK-African relations earned her an MBE in Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II's 2016 Birthday Honours. Read more

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Passionate about stories effecting Africans in the Diaspora and on the Continent, Juliana has made this demographic her niche and has subsequently contributed to output in the world’s leading newsrooms including Bloomberg, MTV, BBC and Thomson Read more

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The London-based professional who has been a Children's Entertainer for more than two decades, has trained and inspired some others in the sector. Read more

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Ades was officially recognised by the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in December 2013 as one of the “1000 Companies to Inspire Britain”. This was an independent research conducted by LSE and it is in recognition of Ades Ltd’s commitment to excellence in Read more

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