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Accolades As CEO Lamido Cars, Chief Chinedu Bags Silent Heroes Awards

A renowned businessman, entrepreneur and humanitarian, the Chief Executive Officer of Lamido Cars and Lamido Homes, Chief Nwoye-Oba Chinedu has been honoured at Silent Heroes Award. 


He won in the category of Silent Hero in Business and Enterprise. This is in recognition of his impact and selflessness in service to humanity and it was presented to him by the FCT Commissioner of Police, CP Bennett Igweh.


The 2024 annual Nigerian Silent Heroes Award (NSHA) ceremony which is the 6th in the series was organised by NSHA Initiative, a non-governmental organisation, aiming to express gratitude of society to the award recipients for their kindness towards fellow individuals, families, community and environment and their silent heroic service to fatherland.

The initiative was conceived by the Coordinator, Mrs. Ozioma Odita Sunday 


Chief Nwoye-Oba Chinedu has made significant impact in the service of humanity through his philanthropic and humanitarian campaign. 


He has embarked on several scholarship schemes and carried out youth empowerment projects in his Anambra communities and beyond. 


He was honoured along with Vice Admiral Emmanuel Ogalla, Chief of the Naval Staff; RT. Hon Sheriff F.O. Oborevwori, Governor of Delta State; Prof. Leroy Chuma Edozien, Ubili Ka Nkwu Ahaba; IGP Kayode Egbetokun; and Pastor Ikechukwu Edmund Ezeobi among others. 

The 2024 edition of Nigerian Silent Heroes Award (NSHA) is the sixth in the series and held at Cabana Hall, Wells Carlton Hotel, Asokoro Abuja.


According to the Convener, “In our larger society, there are men and women who are silently working assiduously behind the scenes to oil our nation’s wheel of progress.


“These people are SILENT HEROES in their own right but have largely remained unsung and under-celebrated. Believe it or not, they are the reason our nation has made the modest progress recorded in different spheres in contemporary times.”






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