By; ISAAC ODEH, Kaduna
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Supreme Family Entertainment International, Lagos State, Ambassador (Mrs) Joyce Hemini Mathew Andrew has been conferred with three awards of humanitarian service.
The awards from different organizations, that include, Abuja based orphanage home, Southern Kaduna Concerned Movement and Arewa Family were presented to her at an occasion organized in her honour by the Arewa Family, at Badagry, Lagos State.
The UN Ambassador Joyce, presiding the helm of affairs of the Supreme family entertainment international alongside the chairman, Andrew Anebi have over the years, embarked on various humanitarian activities which cut across Nigeria irrespective of religion, tribe or ethnicity, succeeded in uplifting the living conditions of about ten million people.
This singular act gave rise to the recent awards presented to her among many in the past, as the Sarauniyar Tallafi a Nigeria (Queen and supporter of the masses in Nigeria), Jakadiyar Raya Karkara a Southern Kaduna (Rural Transformation Ambassador of Southern Kaduna) among others.
Presenting the awards, representatives of the organizations described Mama Supreme as an embodiment of love and compassion, whose organization has continued to bring hope and future to millions of Nigerians, calling on other NGOs to borrow a leaf from Supreme Family.
Responding, the CEO of Supreme Family Entertainment International, Ambassador Joyce Hemini Mathew Andrew, described the award as a morale booster, while dedicating it to God and humanity, pledging her unwavering commitment to service of humanity.
In a vote of thanks, the chairman Supreme Family Entertainment International, Ambassador Andrew Anebi, thanked all those who identified with them, assuring the people that the Supreme Family’ remains committed to unfolding programmes and policies that will add value to Humanity.
Dignitaries from different sectors across the country graced the colourful event.