Late Magufuli, Paul Kagame, Goodluck Jonathan To Receive African Icon Award At African Heritage Concert

Late Magufuli, Paul Kagame, Goodluck Jonathan To Receive African Icon Award At African Heritage Concert

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By Spy Uganda Correspondent

Former Tanzanian President, late John Magufuli, Rwandan President, Paul Kagame, former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, and a host of many others will be honoured at the event which is slated for April 1, 2023, in Kigali, the capital of the Republic of Rwanda.

According to the organizers, the event, is intended to celebrate and honour personalities of African heritage who have distinguished themselves through remarkable achievements across the globe. This, the organizers says have become imperative to foster the African culture of excellence and promote Afrocentrism.

Aside bestowing international prestige and recognition, the award will focus on the critical importance of culture and leadership, which the organizers believe lies at the core of any shared advancement of socioeconomic and political development in Africa.

The Award will also cast a spotlight on individuals who, under challenging circumstances, have empowered their people and impacted their sphere of influence to pave the way for sustainable and equitable development.

Bearing in mind that Africa is root to a plethora of people all over the world who continue to thrive and evolve despite the many issues and challenges stemming from stereotypes, the organizers strongly affirm that the event will contribute immensely to changing the global perception of Africans, and also spur the needed critical mass for the attainment of cultural evolution and revolution in sustainable development.

The highpoint of the event will include creative performances from some African best and presentation of awards to diligently selected individuals who have made remarkable impact to humanity. It will feature presentations by notable persons and leaders, Award conferment, performances by musicians, comedians and poets, and a Party to cap it off.

The choice of the cosmopolitan city of Kigali to play host to the maiden edition of the African Heritage Concert and Awards, the organizers say, was premised on the many successes of Rwanda as a Country that has now elevated her, in many respects, as the pride and face of Africa.

At the core of the Afri-Heritage event is the agenda to counter stereotypes by creating a new African narrative; galvanizing and showcasing the true African heritage and recognizing outstanding achievements by Africans.

The event is also expected to Promote cultural exchanges and peer review activities; Build multi-stakeholder engagement in community participation; Harness cultural, political and developmental ideas; Foster partnerships and international support for development; Showcase Africa’s prospects and potentials.

The Afri-Heritage event is organized by Heritage Times [HT], an integrated media communications company. Heritage Times [HT] is strategically positioned to be the forefront of media innovation in Africa, delivering compelling digital news content and other strategic services in an evolving media market including events management and strategic advertizing.

Notable events planned and executed international events by Heritage Times [HT] includes: International Action on illegal Migration, African Local Content Roundtable, African Local Content Investment Forum, African Young Professional events in London, UK and New York, USA.

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