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COVID-19: DDEA Humanitarian award 2020 postponed

The DDEA Humanitarian awards 2020 edition team has announced that it has postponed event formerly scheduled for 3oth May 2020 in Ikeja, Lagos. Nigeria till further notice.

The statement was posted through the convener’s social media account.

” Breaking News alerts! !!!! Ladies and gentlemen on behalf of DDEA Humanitarian Award USA / Foundation wish to bring this message to your attention. Due to the coronavirus in America and around the world we have no choice but to postponed the 2020 DDEA Humanitarian Award USA / Nigeria”.

“New date will be announced once we are free from this virus. May the almighty God protect each and everyone of us Amen”

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DDEA Humanitarian Award was created to recognize outstanding individuals across the world who dedicate their time to fighting indifference, intolerance, injustice and whose accomplishments are consistent with the goals of the foundation as helping the needy in the community.

Dr. Demian Ndubuisi Chukwu, is a Nigerian from Imo State who based in the United States of America, he is the founder of DDEA Humanitarian Foundation, Deedee Auto Trade, Deedee Records and Entertainment.

 

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