- A group of six individuals have been awarded for contributing positively to their community in Glasglow, Scotland
- Among one of the recipients of the award was Nigerian Shulamite Ezechi, who is the first black person to receive the award
- Ezechi is the founder of Anyiso, a charity that provides support for women and children
No good deed goes unnoticed. Nigerian Shulamite Ezechi has become a recipient of Scot Parent Awards in Glasglow, Scotland.
Ezechi, who is the first black person to receive the award shared the good news on her social media page and expressed gratitude for being recognised and given the honour at Glasgow City Chambers. She also shared photos of the proud moment she received the prestigious award.
The young lady is the founder of Anyiso, a charity which provides support to African and ethnic minority women and their children. She was recognised and applauded for her outstanding, immense contribution and support to humanity. She is the first black person to receive this award.
Ezechi was awarded alongside five others who in their own way have also contributed positively to their community. The award is a testament of their dedication towards helping and supporting other people for progress and development in the community.
Meanwhile, Victoria Ibowoye, the director of OneAfricanChild Foundation for Creative Learning, has been awarded Princess Diana Award.
The award is given in memory of the princess and is used to honour young people who are using their passion to change the world.
Ibiwoye dedicated the award to other young passionate people who are part of her team at the foundation.
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