African Voice Honors Its Ambassadors To Celebrate 19th Anniversary

United Kingdom-based media outlet, African Voice Newspaper, has on Saturday, September 19, 2020 marked its 19th anniversary celebrating and honoring African people  for its service to the fastest growing ethnic community in the UK.

African Voice newspaper, first published in September 2001 in the United Kingdom has been representing the interest of British ethnic communities as a weekly title since its inception. 

In a drive to further reinforce the efforts of the newspaper at integrating the ethnic communities. African Voice newspaper celebrating close to two decades of community service is partnering with corporate organizations and selected individuals to serve as brand Ambassadors.

These Ambassadors are drawn from various African ethnic communities made up of accomplished, respected and committed individuals who are ready to support the newspaper to further its effort at championing the cause of the African community in the United Kingdom.

One of the Ambassadors of African Voice 2020

Persons honored as the ambassadors are: Dr. Dayo Olomu, Yemisi Jenkins (MBE), Cllr Joy Laguda, Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi, HRH Princess Moradeun Adedoyin, Mavis Amakwah, Jenny Okafor, Stella Ideh, Ayan De First, Cllr. Sunny Lambe, Ronke Adeagbo, Ronke Udofia, Ayo Oyebade, Susie Retty, Prince Tade Olusile, Vicky Osei, Chief Akintokunbo Adejumo, Ronke Lawal, Dr. Ruth Oshinkalu, Prof. Chris Imafidon, Cllr. Susan Fajana-Thomas, Amir Bagwanje, Iyamide Thomas, and Ade Daramy.

The African Voice Newspaper in its maiden edition in 2001, promised to be a powerful vehicle to communicate the achievements and contributions of Africans living in the UK.

The founder and publisher of African Voice, Prince Mike Abiola said, “The events of this historic year 2020, such as the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on the British ethnic minorities, especially Africans and the subsequent racism highlighted by the Public Health England reports, the death of George Floyd in the United States of America and the Black Lives Matter movement worldwide make it imperative for the African community in the United Kingdom to unite and have a strong voice”. 

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