Mark Angel, Mr Eazi, Tekno Nominated for Africa Youth Awards 2016

Mr Eazi, Tekno, Frank edwards, Nuhu ibrahim Alabura and nine other hardworking Nigerians have being nominated in this year’s Africa Youth Awards and they need your votes.

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Africa Youth Awards is a prestige award scheme with the prime aim of appreciating the works of young Africans in Africa and the Diaspora. 
The award scheme was inspired by the lack of recognition for young Africans who have selflessly dedicated their lives to making sure the future of Africa is optimistic.

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Below are the thirteen Nigerians that were nominated and their various categories.
Africa Youth Award for MALE OF THE YEAR
Isaac Balami – National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for ADVOCATE of the year
Faruk Abdullahi Chiromari – YONAD Community Development Initiative (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for AGRICULTURE
Olalekan Ayodele Sipasi – L’Afrika Integrated Farms (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
Okorie Victoria Nneka – Blue Vail Foundation (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR
Husayn Zaguru (Nigeria)
Mark Angel (Nigeria)
Mr Eazi (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for ENTREPRENEUR of the year
Akinterinwa Oludola Olanrewaju – Fiombonana (Nigeria) 

Joshua Uwabor – Emagez Solutions (Nigeria)

Mohammed Ibrahim Jega – Emerge Tech Africa (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for HEALTH PERSONALITY of the year
Nuhu Ibrahim Alabura – Indian Dental Association (Nigeria)

Africa Youth Award for LEADER OF THE YEAR

Africa Youth Award for MUSICIAN of the year
Frank Edwards (Nigeria)

Tekno (Nigeria)

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(Voting is open 7th December to 28th December 2016. Winners will be announced New Years Day 2017. Happy voting!!!)

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Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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