Sgt. Matiu Ratana
Matiu Ratana was a New Zealand-born British police sergeant. He moved to England in 1989, working for the Metropolitan Police for nearly 30 years. He will be always remembered as “big generous lion’s heart”. As a police officer He has brought amazing energy and determination to the job, as to his life. He will be forever in our thoughts and in our hearts. This award is in memory and remembrance of his selfless sacrifice,courage and service.
Hon. Zwelivelile "Mandla" Mandela MP
Zwelivelile "Mandla" Mandela MP is the tribal chief of the Mvezo Traditional Council in South Africa and the grandson of the world greatest icon Nelson Mandela. He has been a member of parliament for the African National Congress since 2009. Following his grandfather’s footsteps he’s has been creating a lasting inspiring work in serving humanity by giving voice to the voiceless around the world.
Dr. Agnelo Fernandes MBE FRCGP
Dr Agnelo Fernandes MBE FRCGP has chaired various project groups including the Croydon NHS 111 project board, Croydon Urgent Care network, Croydon Urgent Care Integrated Governance and London NHS 111 Clinical Governance group saving thousands of precious lives. He is also a Governor at Royal Russell School in Croydon and Chair the Education & Welfare Committee. He was awarded the MBE by Her Majesty The Queen for services to medicine and healthcare in 2004. We present this award as our heartfelt thanks for his lifelong commitment to protect and save lives