Amadi, Sanwo-Olu, Mbah, Diri, Others bag New Telegraph Award

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Dr. Mathew Chima Amadi, chairman of the board of the Centre for Transparency Advocacy (CTA) has bagged the New Telegraph Newspaper Social Crusader of the Year award.

Dr. Amadi received the award for his outstanding contributions to various sectors of the economy, and for his role in championing social causes that resonate on a national scale.

The Umuekwunne, Ngor Okpala born social entrepreneur and trained human nutritionist, was presented with the award on Friday at the well attended 2023 New Telegraph Award, which held in Lagos.

Amadi’s recognition alongside governors Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Senator Douye Diri, Muhammadu Yahaya, Peter Mbah of Lagos, Bayelsa, Gombe, Enugu, and Bauchi states respectively underscores the breadth of his influence and the universal impact of his initiatives.

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As a Social Crusader of the Year, Dr. Amadi’s accomplishments extend beyond regional boundaries. His influence has clearly manifested not only in Ngor Okpala but also in the broader Nigerian landscape.

To this effect, Amadi, as a social crusader fights for public good even as he promotes social serves that give lifewire to the poor. This has remarkably made him the cynosure of all eyes and ultimately uplift his to his current recognition by one of the fastest growing national newspapers.

A man of decency, Amadi’s biggest assess is his highly developed mind which has enabled him to be cherished by the public as a disciplined personality with character, competence and courage.

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