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Lagos State Government-endorsed Eko Heritage Awards Unveils list of Honourary Awardees, Voted Categories Winners, Event's date & Venue

  Eko Heritage Awards today released a statement consisting of details of recipients of its year 2022 edition of the annual award of recognition. The Awards event which debuted in the year 2021 is known for its niche of identifying, celebrating, and appreciating promoters of the state’s cultural heritage with other individuals/organizations drafted from different sectors of the economy like the Fashion, Agricultural, and Media to the Oil and Gas industries. A part of the statement reads, “Eko Heritage Awards is in two segments namely, Honorary Award – a segment which is to honour and celebrate individuals from different walks of life carefully selected by organizers of Eko Heritage Awards based on their significant contributions to the advancement of Lagos State and the nation in general."  Winners under this segment of the award include Oba Dr Olufolarin Olukayode Ogunsanwo - Eko Traditional Ruler Of The year; HRH Erelu Abiola Dosumu - Eko Most Outstanding White Cap Chief Of the
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