ADARA AWARDS POSTPONED TO A NEW DATE IN OCTOBER 2018

ADARA AWARDS POSTPONED TO A NEW DATE IN OCTOBER 2018

The ADARA AWARDS team has announced that it will be postponing the inaugural celebration of African Excellence at the ADARA AWARDS, which was scheduled to take place on Sunday, 27 May 2018.

According to Darlington Steve, founder of the awards, the postponement is “due to circumstances beyond our control”.

The awards are about capturing the excellent work all Africans are doing, by publicizing and recognizing it. The work is to act as a catalyst to build the integration of Africans and to destroy stereotypes about Africans to the rest of the world. The recognition is aiming to compel them to do more in their host country and become proud ambassadors of what they do and what Africans can achieve together.

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