All Works of Life (AWOL) is well set for the National Achievements Awards 2008 to be held on Sunday 28th December 2008 at the Family Kingdom in Freetown.
This disclosure was made on Monday 15th December by both the organizationís chairperson, Mr. Kweku Lisk Esq. and the National & International Coordinator, Mr. Anthony Navo (Jnr) in an exclusive chat with this medium.
They informed this press that this yearís guest artist is South African celebrity, who they simply referred to as ĎSontií, said to have won several international accolades over the years. The award ceremony, according to them, is in recognition of various strides by personalities who are relentlessly working towards the achievement of national development, and also those that have performed exceptionally in their various establishments over the year under review.
Mr. Anthony Navo (Jnr) informed this medium that AWOL had just returned from a sensitization tour to the provinces, where resounding hospitality was accorded the team in appreciation of undaunted contribution to recognizing deserving personalities in our society. "We held radio discussions in the Southern City of Bo and the Northern city of Makeni, where the people were accorded the opportunity to call in and advise on the preparation of a never to be forgotten award," he iterated, stating that responses were magnificent. "We told them that the awardees would not be chosen by AWOL panel, but rather by the people themselves, and that participation is open with simple text messages on Zain line to the number 600, or through the slips that are published on newspapers."
Kweku Lisk Esq. said AWOL has promised the people of Bo and Makeni that it would by early this year set up secretariats in different places across the country, at the same time assuring that this yearís award will be well organized with awards given to deserving Sierra Leoneans.
Meanwhile the categories and slip for this yearís award is published in this and subsequent editions of the Awareness Times newspaper.
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