Moments from Lord’s Achievers Awards 2023
By Guardian Exclusive
10 May 2023 | 6:02 pm
LORD’S London Dry Gin, organiser of the Lord’s Achievers Award, has announced the return of the ceremony for the fifth time, as it kicked off the much-awaited ceremony with its pre-award Mix and Mingle, held recently in Victoria Island, Lagos.
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