Popular comedian, I Go Dye has been conferred an ambassadorial award from the United Nations World Habitat Award of Excellence for Humanitarian & Philanthropic for his contribution towards the development of Nigeria.
I Go Dye received the award at the Miss United Nations World Habitat event in Abuja which held at the prestigious Sheraton Hotel to mark the United Nations World Habitat day.
He also dedicated the award to US presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. The jester took to Instagram yesterday, October 6, 2016, to break the news to fans.
“Thanks to @missworldhabitat for this @unitednations World Habitat #ambassador Award giving to me, I dedicate this award to a fundamental advocate of peace,A mother in thoughts and in actions.when her husband was passing through difficulty ,she was standing there like a true friend.today she is a mentor to women all over the world,bridging the gap of gender inequality;inspiring women to self-believe and greatness.
Her continuous advocacy for peace,is a reminder to us, to sacrifice all within our reach to achieve peace;affirming the fact that without peace,humanity will be in bondage.indeed,women are the greatest victims of all conflicts,the become widows,lose their sons to wars and there are raped and traumatised for the rest of their lives.
Peace is priceless and the World’s habitat can only be sustained when there is peace.I dedicate this award to @hillaryclinton.”
Meanwhile, Delta State Governor, Arthur Okowa Ifeanyi, hasendorsed the comedian.
Ifeanyi commended the comedian’s role in positively impacting on the youths of Delta State, and hopes he is able to continue on the course in the future.

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Temple Management Company to handle King Sunny Ade’s 70th birthday concert
Temple Management Company has been contracted to put together arguably the biggest concert of the year for the legendary Juju singer King Sunny Ade at 70.
The show-stopping event is also set to mark the 50-year coronation of the “King” of Nigerian music.
Mark Redguard, Head of Entertainment at TMC, also promised a show to remember. “KSA at 70 will have the very best of local and international entertainers. He is a national treasure and he deserves an event that reflects his iconic status.”
The Juju maestro has expressed confidence in the management company to pull off a great show having seen their track record

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