This year’s edition of CSR REPORTERS Nonprofit Roundtable and Excellence Awards will be specially honoring Amb. Princess (Dr) Mrs. R.U Osula Mku-Atu Founder/CEO, Rosula Foundation with Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of her immense contribution to the growth and development of the nonprofit community in Nigeria at the ceremony scheduled for Abuja on July 6th, 2023.
The event organized by CSR Reporters, Africa’s premier platform for news on Social Impact and Sustainability practices is to celebrate the contributions of Nonprofits in communities and funders across Nigeria. It is further to recognize and honor the achievements of outstanding members of the Nonprofit community who have freely and consistently committed their time and expertise to the needs of others by promoting inclusion, innovation and access in their personal and professional communities.
On why Dr. Mrs. R.U Osula Mku-Atu was chosen as the winner of the coveted award, Eche Munonye, President and Editor-In-Chief of CSR Reporters said that the nominations for winners came from the Nonprofit, Nonprofit leadership and volunteers’ communities and only was ratified by the board of Editors of the publication. He further noted that Dr. Mrs. R.U Osula Mku-Atu has obviously created valuable impact in the nonprofit circle and Nigeria as whole to be nominated by an overwhelming majority of the voting population.
Princess, as she is fondly called by friends, associates and lovers is known to be a huge supporter and has made unquantifiable impact in communities across Nigeria with her love for humanity.
CSR REPORTERS’ Nonprofit Roundtable and Excellence Awards is an annual event of CSR REPORTERS MAGAZINE to recognize, honor and celebrate the outstanding efforts of nonprofit organizations in general and the leaders that have made transformative impact on Nigerian society in the year under review.
No doubt, Amb. Princess (Dr) Mrs. R.U Osula Mku-Atu has been a source of inspiration both to the nonprofit community and across sector watchers in Nigeria and beyond.
The organisation she founded, Rosula Foundation has been in the forefront of helping indigent people across Nigeria find their footing. Every year, the foundation grants scholarships to thousands of students in a bid to help lessen the burden of parents who may not have the means of sending their wards to school.
This honor and recognition is CSR Reporters way of saying ‘thank you’ to this amazon of philanthropy and humanitarianism who has dedicated her life to helping the needy.