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In what appears to be a realistic recognition of his effort and selfless contributions in Human and Societal Development, Prince Tonye Princewill has received an Award of Icon of Societal Development Award from National Association of Northern Nigerian Students. The President of the Association, Comrade Ibrahim Abdulrahman while presenting the award to the Kalabari born Prince in Abuja, stated that " This award is in recognition of his immense contribution towards the development of humanity. 

This award is in recognition of his contribution towards Nation building, engaging/inculcating the excellent decipline among Youth and his relentless service to humanity. It's the tradition of our association that we do engage our selves with resource person like him in order to tap from their experience and wealth of thinking, so we use our cctv cameras to zoom him, base on the recommendations we received across the country, he seems to be an inbuilt leader that is worthy of emulation." 

Comrade Ibrahim Abdulrahman, Stated. Another member of the Association, Comrade. Aliyu Rabiu, expressed satisfaction with the personality of Prince Tonye Princewill. "I am pleased to meet with Prince Tonye Princewill one on one. He is a detribalised Nigerian and a Man of the People." Comrade. Aliyu Rabiu, delightedly Stated. 

The recipient of the award, Prince Tonye Princewill, thanked the Executive members of the National Association of Northern Nigerian Students for finding him worthy of emulation. He thanked them for the award and equally tasked them to be good citizens of Nigeria. Comrade.Eleojo Shafate, a female member of the Executive of the Association in conclusion thanked Prince Tonye Princewill for his support for women, Youths and the less privileged. 

"Prince Tonye Princewill deserves this award. Arewa People loves Prince Tonye Princewill. The North loves Prince Tonye Princewill. Rivers People loves Prince Tonye Princewill. Everyone loves Prince Tonye Princewill. " Comrade. Eleojo Shafat, Stated.

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