Nigeria Community Excellence Awards

Nigeria Community Excellence Awards

14 October 2017
Encore Theater Complex, 1217 Stanza Bopape (formerly Church Street), Hatfield, Pretoria

The Nigeria Voice Newspaper presents the Nigeria Community Excellence Awards, now in its fourth year, to reward excellence within the Nigerian diaspora in South Africa.

To nominate a company or individual or to sponsor an award, please visit the website, http://www.nigeriacommunityawards.co.za

 

LIST OF AWARDS
1. Over-all Academic Excellence.
2. Most Outstanding Nigeria Professor.
3. Most Inspiring Nigerian Medical Doctor
4. Most Outstanding Nigerian High School Student.
5. Most Outstanding Nigerian Post Graduate Student.
6. Most Outstanding Nigerian Primary School Student.
7. Most Outstanding Nigerian Under Graduate Student.
 
1. Best Nigerian NGO.
2. Nigerian Media Personality.
3. Nigerian Community Spirit Award.
4. Best Nigerian Media organization.
5. Most Inspiring Nigerian Personality.
6. Most Inspiring Nigerian Association.
7. Nigerian Business Personality Of The Year.
8. Outstanding Nigerian Business Organization.
 
1. Best Nigerian Deejay.
2. Best Nigerian Upcoming Deejay.
3. Best Nigerian Jazz Music Artist.
4. Best Nigerian Male Hip-Hop Artist.
5. Best Nigerian Female Hip-Hop Artist.
6. Best Nigerian Upcoming Music Artist.
7. Best Nigerian Gospel Artist (Male).
8. Best Nigerian Gospel Artist (Female).
9. Best Nigerian Over-all Music Artist.
10. Best Nigerian Traditional Music Artist (Igbo).
11. Best Nigerian Traditional Music Artist (Yoruba).
 
1. Best Movie Director.
2. Best Nigerian Comedian.
3. Best Nigerian Paint Artist.
4. Nigerian Sport Personality.
5. Best Movie Cinematographer.
6. Best Nigerian Movie Personality (Male).
7. Best Nigerian Movie Personality (Female).
 
1. Nigerian Diplomatic Personality.
2. Best Nigerian Own Restaurant/Lounge/Club.


Contact Olaniyi Abodedele: 0717 314 250; email: admin@nigeriacommunityawards.co.za

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