Nigeria@60 Award Ceremony holds Sept 30

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The Federal Government has fixed September 30 for the Nigeria@60 Jubilee Special Award ceremony.
A statement from the office of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Adeniyi Adeniyi said the ceremony will be held at the Presidential Banquet Hall, Aso Villa.

The award was earlier billed for September 3, 2021 before it was postponed by the committee charged with the planning of the ceremony. The Minister’s media aide, Ifedayo Sayo, said the award ceremony is planned as part of the Jubilee celebrations of the nation’s independence and was designed to honour 60 notable Nigerians who have made an impact in the country.

The special award ceremony is being put together by the Ownership Subcommittee of the Nigeria@60 Committee in collaboration with a media and digital communication firm, Say It Loud Limited under the chairmanship of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment.

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