The Future Awards Africa 2017 Full Lists Of Winners

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The 12th edition of The Future Awards 2017 held December 9, 2017, at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos.

The Future Awards Africa 2017 Full Lists Of Winners

With the mandate to celebrate and accelerate innovation among young Nigerians aged 18 – 31, TFAA acknowledges inspiring young people making a difference through social enterprise, social good, and creativity.

The hosts for the night were Adekunle Gold and Mimi Onalaja and, the keynote speech was given by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
See the full list below:

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Olamide Bada

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR COMEDY

Otolorin Kehinde ‘Kenny Blaq’ Peter

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ART & CULTURE

Ayobami Adebayo

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR EDUCATION; ENDOWED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX

Samson Abioye (late)/ Oluyemi Oluwaseun Imole / Akanji Abayomi Gideon

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR JOURNALISM

Winner: Eromo Egbejule

The Future Awards Africa 2017 Full Lists Of Winners

THE EDWIN GEORGE PRIZE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

Winner: Yagazie Eguare

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ADVOCACY

Winner: Ayodeji Osowobi

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR NEW MEDIA

Winner: Femi ‘Kraks’ Bakre

FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ACTING

Winner: Sambasa Nzeribe

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE IN PUBLIC SERVICE

Winner: Dada Olabisi Mary

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR TECHNOLOGY

Winner: Chris Kwekowe

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR AGRICULTURE

Winner: Adetola Adeleke

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR BEAUTY

Winner: Anita ‘Brows’ Adetoye

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR FASHION AND DESIGN

Winner: Bisola ‘Ladybiba’ Adeniyi

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR MEDIA ENTERPRISE

Winner: Timilehin Bello

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE IN SPORTS

Winner: Anthony Joshua

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THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ON AIR PERSONALITY (VISUAL)

Winner: Nancy Isime

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ON AIR PERSONALITY (AUDIO)

Winner: Tisan Jeremiah Bako

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR MUSIC

Winner: Davido

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR BUSINESS

Winner: Bisola Borha

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR YOUNG PERSON OF THE YEAR

Winner: Ayodeji ‘Wizkid’ Balogun



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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