‘President Koroma of Sierra Leone to Receive Voice Magazine Achievers Award’

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Quoting The Voice Magazine sources, The Sierra Leonean Head of State President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma as well as five Nigerian Governors will be recipients of the Voice Magazine Achievers Award 2013 in October in the city of Almere, the Netherlands. As stated in a Press Release received by African Celebrities Magazine from The Voice Magazine Publisher, President Koroma will receive the “Icon of Democracy in Africa’ award.

The Voice Magazine Achievers Award is the brain child of Netherlands based ‘The Voice Magazine’ to recognize the hard work of men and women of African origin who have excelled in various fields of human endeavours for the year 2013. This year marks the fifth Achievers Awards ceremony.

The release also states that, joining President Koroma and five Nigerian Governors will be several other Africans of high repute and deserving African individuals who have contributed to Africa or their individual countries in one way or the other. This year’s Award ceremony will be part of a 3 day event marking the 14th anniversary of the founding of ‘The Voice Magazine’ by Pastor Elvis Iruh (Publisher/Editor-in-Chief) in 1999 in the Netherlands.

According to the award organizers, the main theme of this year’s award ceremony will be the Nation of Sierra Leone. “The Voice Magazine will be honouring the beautiful West African country that has shown resilience against all odds and is now working towards progress under the leadership of President Ernest Koroma”…the released added.

As part of this year’s event the Voice Magazine is organizing “a business luncheon” for the Dutch-African Business Community in the Netherlands and people who are already doing business in Sierra Leone to have an audience.

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Note: This article has been updated as per 19th September 2013