His Excellency, Prince Bola Ajibola (22 March, 1934 – 8 April, 2023)

Monday, 24 April 2023 | 3 Shawwal, 1444 AH
Pioneer winner of Nigerian Muslim Achievement Awards (NMAA) in the Lifetime Achievement Award category. A Muslim national hero who diligently, courageously and persistently expended energy, passion and resources to improve the lot of Nigerian Muslims.
The NMAA honour faith leaders, political leaders, civil society, young Muslims and organizations whose exemplary efforts have substantially improved or contributed to Nigerian Muslim affairs, standard of living, peaceful co-existence, social cohesion, inclusive society, interfaith dialogue/ engagements and national harmony.
The platform of the MPAC National Convention is used to highlight the power of love, courage, truth and sacrifice as well as celebrate those individuals and institutions whose efforts have greatly impacted the Ummah and the wider society in terms of Community Development, Excellent Leadership and Outstanding Achievements.
The Awards underscore the importance of spiritual, moral, innovative leadership and a willingness to become a voice of courage and conscience, demonstrating that lives of integrity and genuine striving are essential for true and ethical leadership.
Objectives of the Awards
MPAC Events Promote a culture of excellence, peaceful coexistence and tolerance among followers of different faiths;
MPAC Events Promote the culture of ethical leadership in politics, education, judiciary, sports, entrepreneurship and commerce.
MPAC Events Promote the use of the sublime values in divine religions to address the issues and problems of concern to humanity in order to promote peaceful coexistence amongst Nigerians;
MPAC Events Expand the contents of interfaith dialogue to include approaching differences found in religions with mutual respect;
MPAC Events Expand the dialogue to include researchers, academics and those interested in the relationship between religious values and life’s issues;
MPAC Events Honour the productive, active and creative persons and organisations in different areas of service.
We continue to celebrate his life and significant achievements.
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