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2021 African Peace Ambassador Awards: Borno First Lady dedicates award to vulnerable women, children

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2021 African Peace Ambassador Awards: Borno First Lady dedicates award to vulnerable women, children

The First Lady of Borno State, Dr Falmata Babagana Umara Zulum has dedicated her peace ambassador award to vulnerable women and children in her state and the country at large.
Dr Falmata Zulum on Sunday night in Abuja the 2021 African Peace Ambassador Award.

African Peace Ambassador Awards 2021 was organised by Distinguished Peace Medal Agency.

Other recipients of the awards are Ambassador of the state of Palestine to Nigeria, Ahmed Elkachachi, and 102-year old Pan Africanist, Mrs Josephine Ezeanyache.

Receiving the award, the First Lady said she was delighted to be awarded the African Peace Ambassador Award.

Dr Falmata Zulum who was represented by Dr Amina Mohammed kyari Dikwa, the President and Founder of Amina Dikwa Foundation said she was excited that her efforts through pet projects were being recognized.
She added that an award of this kind would spur her into doing more to impact positively on the lives of vulnerable women and children.
“I hereby dedicate this award to all the vulnerable women and children of Borno State and Nigeria in general.”
“I am most profoundly delighted to be considered worthy for this prestigious award of Peace Ambassador. It is encouraging to note that the little effort my pet project, the Multi-Aid and Charity Initiative is doing in Borno State is being recognised by people far and near.

“Let me use this opportunity to express my profound gratitude to the organisers of the Africa Peace Award. Awards and recognitions like this is another way of celebrating excellence and encouraging people to do their best for their communities,” Zulum said.
Also speaking, Dr Chris Odey, the Convener of the African Peace Ambassador Awards said:” We are calling on the young ones to push this agenda of peace by uniting and knowing that it is their right to rule, own the position and speak the truth always.
“I urge Nigerian youths to come together and showcase peace in their thoughts, words and actions
“This is an annual award event. We charge the recipients to preach, build and communicate peace in their homes offices, community and states.
“By so doing that, peace would circulate the whole of Africa. It is a gradual process and we would get there. We want them to get this mentality of peaceful community, nation and continent,” Odey stressed

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