Thursday, 7 September 2017

GREEN GENE- THE GPLUS AWARDS

      CELEBRATING OUR HERITAGE



My Green Gene is a UK based organisation that portrays the wealth and heritage of our  great Nation, Nigeria.

My Green Gene was launched in May 2015 and is spearheaded by a young and hardworking Nigerian known as Adewumi Adisa. 

He bears a strong passion for the preservation of the true Nigerian heritage and is concerned about how Nigeria and her people are seen internationally.

The term "Green Gene" can be described as the National unit of heredity transferred from a Nigerian parent to their offspring and is held to determine some of the excellent and amazing characteristics by such offspring.

To showcase these amazing and excellent characteristics of the Nigerian people, The GPLUS Awards was created.

The GPLUS Awards showcases our heritage to the world and recognises individuals all over the world who have made an impact in their professions.

They are celebrated to show that honest work and endeavours pay and should be the ambition of every Nigerian.

Last year (2016), the GPLUS Awards took place at The Quays, North Manchester, UK. Here are a few pictures of those who attended. 














This year, the GPLUS AWARDS will be taking place at AUDACIOUS (M3 7BD) on Saturday, the 16th of September 2017 at 1600hours.  

It will be a celebration of our cultural diversity.

From African contemporary music,exhibitions, comedy,Role model Awards, celebrity guests appearances, exotic Nigerian dishes and much more.

Amongst the events for the evening, there will be a stage play titled "Igbeyawo" written and directed by Kunmi Ogunsola and the events official broadcast partner is BEN TV.

MyGreenGene African Entertainment Ambassador is Atunyota Alleluya  Akporobomerere (ALIBABA) GCFR.



It's not too late to get your ticket.
Get your tickets @ www.THEGPLUS.ORG

See you there and stay sparkling.


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