So it’s officially two days to the 2020 Dav-Oz Motivational Icons’ Awards. I am seriously bubbling with excitement here. I really can’t wait to introduce you to this year’s recipients. As announced previously, this year, unlike other years will be seeing a very huge development in different areas. But, while we’re waiting for this year’s DOMI recipient, here’s a brief review of the DOMI Awards since its inception in 2017.

2017: The Dav-Oz Awards

We called the first awards the name above. The intent was to honour some of my Facebook friends who I found really funny and talented. Along the line though, the idea came to specially honour those who have been very instrumental to the growth of the Dav-Oz brands which were already a year plus then. So, I started the awards with recipients from the Motivational Icons’ category. Eventually, they were the only recipients awarded that year. Below are the listed recipients of the 2017 Dav-Oz Awards.

  • Achara Agozie
  • Promise Amarachi Emmanuel
  • Tochukwu Anthony Okey
  • Tega Obahor
  • Swanky JKA
  • Samuel T Nwizu
  • Tonio Mario Ngene

They were announced via my facebook personal platform.


After the 2017 awards, I saw the need to change and spice up the name. Hence the name, The Dav-Oz Motivational Icons’ Awards. The 2018 event saw a lot of improvement in the graphic designs, awards process, and an official virtual sculptural representation of The DOMIs. The year had a total of 12 recipients including two from previous years. Below are the listed recipients:

  • Chioma Akuma
  • Ugwumsinachi Chukwuemeka
  • Eze Daniel
  • Joshua Mensah
  • Gift Njoku
  • Stella Ngwube
  • Daniels Izuchukwu
  • Blessing Okere
  • Dominic Uwadoka
  • Nomso Uduma
  • Promise Amarachi Emmanuel
  • Samuel T Nwizu

They were also announced via my personal facebook page.


The DOMIs were not announced this year due to personal last minute reasons, although online awareness banners were in circulation.


This year, we decided to take it up a notch. For the first time we’ll be announcing the DOMIs via the official blog site, Dav-Oz Blog. Not only that, this year will also be seeing the highest number of recipients in the history of the DOMIs; TWENTY FIVE (5) recipients. So get glued to this platform as we unravel these deserving ladies & gentlemen.

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I'm Dav-Oz, and  I'm the Chief Editor of The Dav-Oz Blog, a graphic designer and upcoming fashion designer.

I'm just your regular young Nigerian lad with dreams and hope for a better future.

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