Senator Abraham Darius Dillon has been nominated for the African Achievers Awards under the category of Excellence in Leadership which according to the organizers of the event is in recognition for his selfless service to his nation and outstanding innovative strive towards the promotion of the African Common Agenda.
According to the letter addressed to Senator Dillon who is affectionately called The Light, and signed by Dr. Rex Idaminabo, CEO African Awards copy of which was sent to The Analyst, he was also invited to serve as a Special Guest at the 2021 African Achievers Awards Reception scheduled to hold at the Kengsington Palace, England on the 9th and 10th December 2021(International Summit and Awards reception respectively) where the Senator will be formally presented with your most distinguished honor.
“The African Achievers Awards is one of Africa’s most prestigious awarding bodies which honours great African Achievers- including African Leaders, Young Achievers, Community Builders to Captains of Industries- whose works have had a meaningful impact on building the Africa of our dream. The Theme for this year’s ceremony is; Mobilising Diaspora Investments for Sustainable Development in Africa’’, the letter read
The letter stated that the Awards ceremony over the years has become established as one of the biggest gatherings of influential and global African Achievers on the continent and that the Award ceremony has been rated by Forbes Magazine as one of the most prestigious award Ceremonies on the African continent. “I would be most obliged if you are able to join us and contribute to this year’s great event. My team and I look forward to your swift and positive response. Attached to this letter is the official brochure of the 2021 awards”, the letter said.
The letter also included the list of previous outstanding individuals and institutions in and around Africa which included Bishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa, Former Ghanaian President Attah Mills, Kofi Annan Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, etc.