Amsterdam based international business man, philanthropist and show promoter William Abada Iwuchukwu has bagged yet another award, this time for humanitarian services. After celebrating the 10th anniversary of Abada Iwuchukwu Foundation (AIF) last year for empowering more than 300 widows and widowers including 24 less privileged in the Eastern part of Nigeria, a body known as Youths for Human Rights under the umbrella of United Nations, Netherlands chapter has chosen him as the 2019 Humanitarian Awards recipient.
On his acceptance speech, he thanked the organizers and attendees for coming out in numbers. He urged everyone to do good for humanity because good deeds brings about good luck which we all need in all our endeavors.
He also advised the youths and human right Chairperson of The Netherlands Mrs. Gerbrig Deinum as well as the United Nations on his food for though speech to work on actualizing the number 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article which states, ‘every human is allowed to travel across the borders of all countries and should be allowed to leave and work in any country of their choice’.
Finally he expressed his joy that what he started in his small village at Ogboli Olosi in Onitsha Anambra State Nigeria has grown to the International platform.