Top African women to receive recognition at this year’s Women4Africa Awards
The annual Women4Africa awards recognise outstanding African women who have distinguished themselves in their areas of expertise and through contribution to their communities. This year’s event scheduled to take place at the Great Hall in Kensington on 9th March is said to be the biggest ever according to organisers.
The list of women set to be receive recognition this year include Dr Lanalee Araba Sam – Director of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery, Buumba Malambo – Founder of the Buumbamalambo Foundation, Adele Davis Boe – Anthropologist, Hon Nana Oye Lithur – Ghana’s Minister of Gender, Children & Social Protection, Grace Ononiwu OBE – Chief Crown Prosecutor amongst others.
Wazobia radio host Lolo1 and Pamilerin Beckley have been confirmed as hosts for the event, while Femi and Roucheon will provide the night’s entertainment.
Women4Africa was launched four years ago by media personality Tola Onigbanjo (Wisetola) and her husband Sam Onigbanjo as a medium to recognise the achievements of African women in Africa and the diaspora.