Sheraton Abuja Hotel Hosts UPIN, Partners At SELMA Movie Screening
• Visit Divine Orphanage Home
RECENTLY over 1,000 guests converged at the Ladi Kwali conference Centre of the Sheraton Abuja Hotel to witness the grand movie screening of the Historical Movie- Selma.
The organisers and promoters of the movie screenings in Nigeria, Bishop and Rev.Mrs. Bob Alonge collaborated with the Sheraton Abuja Hotel through the UPIN movement (United for Peace in Nigeria) to bring to the Abuja community the non-violent movement of the life and times of America’s foremost civil rights activist, Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr.
The SELMA event commenced with a red carpet reception on Saturday, 7th February and a second screening with symbolic UPIN sign up for peace on the 10th February.
The two events attracted top notch members from government, CEO’s from multinational organisations, notable entrepreneurs, ambassadors and other diplomatic envoys as well as school children.
The Highlight of the event unfolded with a grand raffle draw initiated by representatives of the management of Sheraton Abuja Hotel; the winners emerged with prizes which ranged from a weekend for two, a dinner for two and swimming for two.
A representation of VIP stakeholders in a touching and motivational move joined hands for peace during the event.
The General Manager of the Hotel, represented by the Deputy General Manager Mr. Emad Rizk, expressed his delight about the initiative.
“We are proud to collaborate with this generic initiative, a worthy cause which puts Nigeria in the Hall of fame of greatness”.
Further, the associates of Sheraton Abuja Hotel in line with social responsibility have recently paid a visit to the Kubwa Divine Orphanage Home and donated items consisting of bags of rice, provisions, hampers, toiletries etc. which were collected by Sister Okafor from the Hotel associates themselves.
The Matron of the Divine Orphanage Home Kubwa -Mrs. Francisca Uwakwe gladly received the Hotel representatives and shared a brief history of the home and her work which involves receiving abandoned children and caring for them.