Black History Lifestyle Awards to hold this February. The month of February is recognized in the United States of America and Canada as Black History Month.
The Black History and Lifestyle Awards company has decided to celebrate the best of African Greats at this spectacular award event in Nigeria next month.
According to the organizers,
“Black history month is about celebrating our roots and black excellence.
“Hence the Black History and Lifestyle Award ceremony honors and commemorates the struggles, sacrifices, and extraordinary acts of service made by Africans throughout history and current.”
The BHLA awards recognize black heroes in all spheres of endeavor, including those who sacrificed their lives to secure the freedom we enjoy today and those who are still paving the road for the future.
“Though there are many distinct kinds of triumphs that merit recognition, regardless of the degree of success, all admirable feats and successes share a great deal of tenacity, grit, and dedication.
“In search of a deep understanding among all, based on respect for each person’s ideology, opinion, religion, race, and gender, the ultimate goal is to increase the effective and beneficial use of knowledge and to create goodwill among people, nations, and governments.”
This year the BHLA Show is featuring many exciting segments, the Award Night will include a high-octane Runway Fashion Show, a Trade Exhibition Fair, a Hall of Fame, a Charity Ball, and many exciting performances from Top artists and comedians across the country.
The Hall of Fame/Award night will reflect on Black history by celebrating the achievements of black heroes and heroines who epitomize excellence in their respective fields.
This year BHLA will award in 14 different categories; Education, Fashion, Leadership, IT, Politics, Sports, etc.
“Voting is open to all, Africans from all countries and even in the Diaspora can start voting on the website now,” said the statement.
This year’s Fashion Runway Show promises to feature and support talented youths such as House of SOTA, Tee Apparel and so many others to showcase their crafts in fashion and accessories.
The Trade Exhibition Fair is designed to connect business owners, buyers, journalists, and business partners, it aims to acknowledge, nurture an appreciation for, raise awareness of, and build excitement for Afrocentric brands globally, by providing avenues for their products to be showcased, promoted, networked, and sold.
The expo supports black business owners both locally and in the diaspora, by promoting their brands to audiences and media partners at home and abroad.
The convener of the event, Folashade Balogun, noted that her vision is to use the BHLA platform to give honorary recognitions to pasts and present individuals who have impacted the world with their activism, talents, innovations, and achievements.
She noted that this 2nd edition is the Global Edition and debuting in Lagos Nigeria, the second Show is slated for Los Angeles, while the final Show will be held in London later in the year.
A notable music chartbuster will be headlining the show, supported by other performances from the King of Comedy, Ali Baba, and other notable comedians.
The Live Awards Show was held on Sunday, 5th of February, 2023 at the Prestigious Balmoral Hall of the Federal Palace Hotels, Victoria Island Lagos.
“It was an evening of glitz, glamour, and quality entertainment with your hostess and host for the night; Nancy Isime and Ayo Makun.
It was sizzling as Fashionistas, Socialites, Entrepreneurs, Diplomats, Government Executives, and Black Icons make their appearances on the Red Carpet, hosted by the fun and delectable duo of Eni Adeoluwa and Priscilla Ojo,” it added.