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Deputy Senate President Omo-Agege nominated for Pace Award

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This information is contained in a release by the Executive Producer, Pace Awards, Mr. Julius Peretomode.

Nigeria’s Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, Mrs. Stella Okotete, Executive Director, NEXIM Bank are among national leaders nominated for “Pace Award 50 People of the Year” 2020.

He said, “The Pace Award 50 People of the Year” is dedicated to recognizing individuals, industry experts and national leaders whose impact to humanity has brought hope to many lives.

Peretomode added that the nominees were carefully selected by a team of credible and respected individuals who believe that the nominees have a proven record of leadership qualities, community impact and have contributed to humanity.

“Shortlisted nominees will be recognized for their exemplary leadership, creative excellence and positive impact made. The epoch making event is scheduled to hold on Sunday, 13th of December, 2020 at Delta Mall, Effurun, Delta State, he noted

Highpoint of the event will be the launch of the Pace 50 People Magazine.

Some of the nominees expected at the award include, Hon. Ben Igbakpa Roland, Representative, Ethiope Federal Constituency, Dr. Paddy Iyamu, Founder, DP Foundation, Hon. Shedrach Agediga, Executive Director, Research, Planning and Statistics (DESOPADEC), Mrs. Shimite Bello, Coordinator/Executive Assistant Delta UNIDO Center/Export Initiative (DUCHE), Emomotimi Guwor Representative, Warri South Delta State House of Assembly and others.

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