The Founder of Sir Emeka Offor Foundation and Rotary International Polio Ambassador to Nigeria, Sir Dr Emeka Offor has been honored with an International Humanitarian Award.
The event took place on 23rd of September, 2019 in the United States by Andrew J. Young Foundation.
The Award was in appreciation of Sir Emeka Offor’s philanthropic and humanitarian activities which have impacted many lives positively.
Sir Emeka Offor who received the Award in company of his wife Barrister Mrs. Adaora Offor, dedicated the award to humanitarian workers and volunteers all over the world whom he said such activities will not achieve its purpose without them.
The event attracted many personalities from Nigeria and other countries which include His Excellency Senator Ken Nnamani – Former Senate President, Ambassador Howard Jeter (Former US Ambassador to Nigeria), Brenda Cressey – Board Member, Rotary International, Dr Judy Monroe – US Centre for Disease Control Foundation President, and Tom Warth – Founder, Books for Africa.
Also in attendance included: Dr Patrick Plonski – Executive Director, Books for Africa, Peggy Asseo – Director of Planned and Major Gifts, Rotary International, amongst several others.