The United Nations Positive Livelihood Award Centre (UN-POLAC) has appointed Magajin Garin Sokoto, Alh. Hassan Danbaba as an International Peace Advocate.
The appointment will enable Danbaba to engage in “peacemaking, conflict resolution and other activities that encourage peace and positive living” anywhere in the world.
But the investiture of the Sokoto kingmaker will hold on December 10.
The Director-General of UN-POLAC, Prof. Halo B. Eton stated this in a letter to the respected recipient, who is also chairman of Sokoto-Rima River Basin Development Authority.
“In line with the UN General Assembly’s declaration, POLAC collaborates with UNESCO to commemorate the “Human Rights Day 2020” with the Theme: “Stand Up for Human Rights.”
“This day, therefore, provides individuals globally a shared date to reiterate the fact that “Global Peace is a collective responsibility”. As part of the event for the celebration, there will be an appointment/presentation of certificates and awards as International Peace Advocates to individuals of proven integrity who exhibit the ideals of living for the sake of others and commit themselves to promote universal moral values, strong family life, social harmony, inter-religious and ethnic co-operation and the culture of peace.
”In view of the foregoing, the trustees of POLAC recognise that you exemplify these qualities and wish to convey to you, their decision to appoint you an International Peace Advocate.
“This appointment comes with the following benefit: UN-POLAC Certificate of Appointment; UN-POLAC International Identity Card; Investiture Apparel; UN-POLAC Flag of Authority to be hoisted at any place of your choice and UN-POLAC Special Vehicle Plate Number in collaboration with the FRSC. (Available on request).
“As an International Peace Advocate, you can be called upon for peacemaking, conflict resolution and other activities that encourage peace and positive living in line with the best international practices.