By Nnaji | 26 Sep, 2022 08:52:47am | 408
...over 20,000 votes polled, as about 20 countries participate in process
The Editorial Board of The Pacesetter Frontier Magazine, organisers of the Frontier Discourse Annual Public Lecture Series and Awards, has announced an end of the voting process to determine the recipients of the 2022 Awards.
In a statement made available to news men by the Ag. Editor in Chief of the magazine, Daberechukwu Egbo, she thanked the public for participating in the voting process.
Stating that about 20 countries of the world participated in the process, she noted that the list of awardees who emerged will be made public in the coming days.
The statement reads in full: "On September 13, 2022, we issued a statement indicating that the voting process to determine the awardees in the second edition of the Frontier Discourse Public Lecture Series and Awards will commence on September 14 and last for an entire 10 days.
"We are glad to announce that on Friday, September 23, 2022, voting ended for the Nominees. We appreciate the entire public for participating in the voting process.
"We recorded a total of 24,931 votes spread across 20 countries of the world: USA, UK, South Africa, Canada, UAE, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Jordan, India, Germany, Ghana, Sweden, Japan, Singapore, Turkey, Hungary, Spain, France and Nigeria, an almost 500% increase from the 5,286 votes gathered in the first edition of the Frontier Discourse Public Lecture Series and Awards.
For us, we do not take this participation for granted and we hope to have a better event in the Frontier Discourse 2.0
"The final list of Awardees that emerged from the voting process will be announced in the coming days, as well as other necessary details about the Public Lecture and Awards.
"Kindly stay tuned and keep a date with us as we make history in the entire Southern Nigeria and beyond."
She thanked the partners of the Public Lecture; Journalist 101, Anchor News, Igbo Radio, Nani Boi Studios, CEO Media Agency, Service Accord Initiative, Human Development Center, Ingrace Group and Steve Oruruo Foundation, while also calling on other bodies willing to partner to reach out to the editorial board of the magazine.
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