An alumnus of University of Abuja and a popular fashion designer, Eghenayamu Ogbemudia Frank has been honoured with the award of Social Impact Entrepreneur Of the year by University of Abuja. 


The award ceremony took place on Wednesday at University of Abuja convocation ground, main campus Abuja. 


It was part of activities to mark its 3-day Carnival 2021 which commenced on Wednesday. 

The award was presented to Mr. Frank by Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Abdul Rasheed Na'Allah. 


The awardee who is the CEO of Camel & Needles makes all kinds of male outfits. 


His clients cuts across businessmen, politically exposed persons, celebrities and showbiz entrepreneurs. 


The event featured culture and tourism. It will come to an end today, Friday which has been earmarked as Cream Platform Day. 

Others honoured by the University at Carnival 2021 include, Rashida Yahaya Bello, First Lady of Kogi State as Social Impact Alumnus Icon of the year, Consul Emmanuel Akpawu, the Chairman Alliance in Motion Global and CEO Dakinda Group of Companies as Social Impact Icon of the year, Dr. Elvis Abuyere, CEO Skyewise Group as Social Impact Business Tycoon of the year, Jim Iyke, Serial Entrepreneur, Social Impact Movie Producer of the year and Amb. Kingsley Emafibe, CEO Peace Ambassadors Agency as Social Impact Peace Ambassador of the year.


Also recognised are Sarah Williams Konha, Head of Talent/Marketing, Tokindrumz Management as Social Impact Talent Manager of the year, Uba A. Michael, CEO Ubacle Group as Innovative Entrepreneur of the year, Alex Nwankwo, Editor-in-chief, AlexReports as Social Impact Media Personality of the year, Bolaji Oshabukola, Founder/CEO Odibola Global Services Ltd, as Social Impact Entertainment Philanthropist of the year, Maxwell Stephen Nweze, MD/CEO Seman Global Project Ltd, as Business Innovator of the Year and host of others.









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