August 11, 2015 New York – Despite the last minute change of venue due to a political issue, We Care for Humanity’s 3rd Global Official of Dignity Awards in New York hosted by Jacob Wheeler, Denise Cook “The Oracle” and Princess Maria Amor last Friday night, August 7, 2015 was a huge success. Literally, it began with a phenomenal dance number by HWPL Korean Fan Dancers.
Attended by royalties, dignitaries, and luminaries from business, academe, government, and entertainment fields who are honorees and delegations from around the world: Morocco, UK, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, China, Japan, Taiwan, Nepal, Zambia, Nigeria, New Zealand, USA, Bangladesh, Philippines, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Iran, Tanzania, Australia, Korea, and this year’s GOD Awards night proceeded with such classy royal way that had all honorees mentioning in their acceptance speeches their highest appreciation of We Care for Humanity for the GOD Awards.
Among the most notable attendees of the night are the following:
• H.E. Osama Abdel -Khalek, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Egypt to the United Nations
• H.E. Mahmoud F. Amer, Deputy Consul General of Egypt
• His Holiness Father Mosses Boghdady
• His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Dwedar
• His Excellency Minister Shabir Ahmed, Member of Pakistan Assembly and Chair of Pakistan Overseas Seat in USA
• Ms. Gloria Starr Kins, editor-in-Chief & Publisher of Society Diplomatic Review
• Mr. & Mrs. Sant Chatwal & Pardaman Chatwal
• Mr. & Mrs. Dr. Dinesh and Kokila Patel, M.D.
• Mr. Stephen Shaya
• Ms. Koni Kim of Koni TV
By Tajudeen Balogun, Head African Examiner, Nigeria Bureau – Every sector and profession has its core and related aspects. Basically, the related segments are always obvious and unarguably considered to have links with their ‘principals’. Still, the human potential, his capacities as well as exploits have broken the ‘long surviving’ jinx, as certain fields which ordinarily; many might not give the chance for them to be experimented and subsequently consolidated, with respect to their related theme, have not (presently) only been actualized, but are gaining global attention; impacting positively on the socio-economic fortunes of the ‘recipient’ nations and their populace, while the initiators of the unprecedented feat are being accorded due attention, enjoyed extensive mentioning and meritoriously rewarded.
For instance, when the print mass media is mentioned and linked to the printing properly, many view that this is a match. Another obvious match is education and sports. Yet, one might not quickly (unlike in most cases) figure out the direct links between sports and culture as well as the extent they could go; promote and drive values, bonds and ultimately use as an instrument to set the tone for global peace and unity.
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