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#OtvPHOTOS: winners of The Future Awards Africa 2014

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Africa’s biggest youth event, The Future Awards Africa
2014 which held yesterday at the prestigious
Intercontinental Hotel, was an unforgettable evening of
inspiration.
The awards which were hosted by Iyanya, Osas Ighodaro,
Ice Prince and Flavia saw 10 outstanding individuals
rewarded for their excellent work across different fields:
business, entertainment, politics, science and technology
and education.

A star highlight of the evening was the final phase of
TFAA’s #STOPEBOLA campaign, which was held via an
auction on a custom piece by A-List haute couture designer,
Lanre Da Silva Ajayi.
Blogger, Linda Ikeji bid a whopping sum of 1Million Naira
on the dress and the proceeds will go to the UN Ebola
Response Fund.

The event was also graced by high-profile personalities in
persons of President Goodluck Jonathan, represented by
Honourable Minister for Youth Development, Boni Haruna,
Governor Rotimi Amaechi, Dr, Oby Ezekwesili, Omotola
Jalade-Ekeinde, Banky W, Funke Akindele, Seyi Shay, to
name a few.

The winners of the coveted awards on the night were:
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Young Person of the
Year [Endowed by UBA]
Sangu Delle, Ghana, 27
The TFAA Prize in Enterprise Support
Bunmi Otegbade, Nigeria, 27
The TFAA Prize in Entertainment
Nasibu Abdul Juma (Diamond), Tanzania, 24,
The TFAA Prize in Technology [Endowed by Etisalat]
Joshua Okello, Uganda, 23
The Stella Adadevoh Prize in Public Service
Lukman Jaji, Nigeria, 30
The TFAA Prize in Community Action
Jake Okechukwu, Nigeria, 24
The TFAA Prize in Agriculture
Charles Nichols and Samir Ibrahim, Kenya, 24/24
The TFAA Prize in Education [Endowed by Access Bank]
Philip Obaji Jr., Nigeria, 29
The Tony O. Elumelu Prize in Business
Andrew Mupuya, Uganda, 22
The TFAA Prize in Advocacy
Kennedy Odede, Kenya, 29.

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