By Charles Igwe
Bishop Matthew Kukah, renowned for his dedication to social change through the Kukah Centre, was bestowed with the esteemed Mundo Negro Fraternity Award in Spain.
The prestigious award ceremony, held in Madrid, serves to honor individuals and institutions making noteworthy strides in Africa and beyond.
Enrique Bayo Mata, director of the Spanish Magazine Mundo Negro, conveyed the esteemed recognition to the Kukah Centre, underscoring the significance of their contributions.
The Mundo Negro Fraternity Award forms part of an annual tradition aimed at celebrating outstanding African figures and organizations for their relentless pursuit of a better Africa and world.
Atta Barkindo, executive director of the Kukah Centre, expressed profound gratitude for the accolade, stating, “We are deeply honored by this recognition of Bishop Kukah’s visionary leadership and the invaluable contributions of our Center.”
Barkindo reaffirmed the Kukah Centre’s unwavering commitment to advancing the principles championed by Bishop Kukah, with a steadfast resolve to foster positive change on a global scale.