Monday, 22 June 2015

Queen of England hosts Stephanie Linus at Buckingham Palace

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured after recording her Christmas Day broadcast to the Commonwealth, in the State Dining Room at Buckingham Palace. (John Stillwell, AFP)London- Nollywood actress Stephanie Linus will today, June 22 support the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards  at the Buckingham Palace.
The actress who was made an ambassador for the awards was promoting it a
few months ago using the hashtag #TheSearchIsOn on her blog and Social Media Platforms while encouraging young Nigerians who are partaking in worthy leadership and charity causes in their communities to register.

Four young Nigerian leaders were selected to receive this award, and they  include  Isaiah Owolabi of HACEY Health Initiative; Kelvin Ogholi of UNFIRE; Nkechikwu Azinge of The Sickle Cell Aid Foundation and Oladipupo Ajiroba of The Environmental Advocacy and Management Initiative.
These Nigerians are among 60 inspirational young people aged 18-29 across the Commonwealth who will receive their award from the Queen.
The awards initiated in 2014 by Prince William and Prince Harry is a prestigious ceremony established by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust in partnership with Comic Relief and The Royal Commonwealth Society.
-News24

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