Exemplary leadership, the transformation of lives and commitment to social responsibility and community development.....these are some of the character traits of renowned billionaire, Doctor and businessman, Godwin Maduka.


His works speak for themselves and that is why he is being recognized as a recipient of the prestigious award of impactful builders in Nigeria.  



At the fifth anniversary of the  Vivian Lam magazine, held at the transcorp Hilton in Abuja,  Dr Godwin Maduka was honoured for his immense contribution to society.


He was awarded this price along with other eminent  Nigerians including  Former Governor of Imo State Sen. Rochas Okoracha, Minister of Women Affairs Paulin Tallen, Dr Toyin Dokpesi M.D AIT Group, Billionaire businessman Obinna Iyiegbu, (Obi Cubana), Sen. Michael Nnachi, First Lady Kogi State Rashida Yahaya  Bello, Anegbe Akiotu, Group Managing Director DAAR Communications PLC, Sen. Patrick Abba Moro former honourable Minister of the Federal Ministry Of Interior, Julie Okah-Donli Director-General of NAPTIP, Dr Prince Alex Mbata CEO ABM Global Group and other.

Dr Godwin Maduka, who is so passionate about his people and their development has poured in hundreds of millions of US dollars into his community’s development, to the point that his community of Umuchukwu in Orumba south senatorial district of Anambra State has witnessed a huge transformation from an inconsequential community to a giant, well-developed town which boasts of a world standard medical research centre. The Philanthropist said at the event his vision is to transform his State taking his vision for the people of Ndi Anambra to the next level.








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