2Face Idibia has added another worthy feather to his cap following his recent Award by Oxfam GB for his work and contribution towards alienating hunger from Nigeria and Africa, raising awareness on current situations and mobilizing citizens to take action.
At an investiture ceremony that took place on December 13 2012 at the A-Class Park Hall in Maitama Abuja, 2Face, alongside Oxfam spokespersons Lami and Sound Sultan, were presented with a plaque in recognition of their commitment to the course of ensuring that the famine experienced in Africa recently is the last famine Africa would ever experience.
And the Ihe Neme crooner expressed his joy at been associated with ‘such a noble course’ while receiving his award as he said, “I’m not only proud but blessed to have been handpicked to be involved with such a noble course. I’m thankful for all my blessings, but there are millions across Africa who are not able to feed even once a day. My sincere conviction is that governments across Africa can resolve the issue of famine once and for all.”
2Face Idibia, Lami and Sound Sultan, had recorded the Act 4 Africa single which has been released all over the world.
Oxfam is a globally renowned aid and development charity with 70 years of experience, working and campaigning with partners in 94 countries worldwide. The organization achieves this by working with a global movement of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn’t inevitable.