December 14, 2015
At a Private Parliamentarian Award Ceremony yesterday, hosted by Pauline Latham MP and Jeremy Lefroy MP, and other UK Parliamentarians at Westminster, UK Parliament, Rex Idaminabo was decorated with the honour for his significant role in promoting African and Diaspora entrepreneurial developments as well as setting good models of business and development in the UK and Africa.
The Award, comes after Rex’s successive commitment to gathering African Entrepreneurs and Change Makers at the annual African Achievers Awards to honour and celebrate their works relating to the development and sustainability of the African Continent.
He is also the co-founder of the Young CEOs Business Forum (which he co-founded with David James Egwu), which has being training young entrepreneurs across various countries around the world, and Rex was ranked by Forbes among leading Young African Entrepreneurs.
The British Awards for African Development is also a noted British honour that has being used to celebrate distinguished people who have excelled in business and development sectors. In an interaction with Rex Idaminabo, he noted;
” In my Entrepreneurship journey God has been the source of my inspiration, through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. He also thanked team AAA”.
The Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards also won a prestigious award from the British Award for African Development (BRAAD), for their work in recognising the ‘hugely significant’ contribution that British-Ghanaians make to society. The award ceremony is focused on highlighting the achievements of incredible individuals who have excelled in academia, entrepreneur endeavors, NGO’s and companies who have contributed time, finances or sheer sweat equity to support the development of Africa and the African Diasporas. The British award for Africa Development is a unique opportunity to recognise personalities from various industries and sectors for their outstanding achievement. Whether it is through their work in the African communities in the UK and for involvement in improving the quality of life for disadvantaged communities in Africa, we want to champion these individuals. The award will also encourage the emulation of good practice in business enterprises, charities and NGO’s.