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The Future Awards Africa Launches Nigeria’s New Tribe Campaign; Calls For Nominations

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The Future Awards Africa, Nigeria’s foremost Awards event, today
announced its call for nomination of young Africans with outstanding achievements in 2017.

Themed ‘Nigeria’s New Tribe’, this year’s edition seeks to acknowledge inspiring young people making a difference through social enterprise, social good, and innovation. Beyond tribal lines, tunic differences and religious affiliations, they are united by the possibilities of their talent, commitment to hardwork and driven by achievement in impacting the economy, society and rewriting the African narrative.

In the last twelve years, the Awards have been a catalyst towards
building a new tribe of citizens who are bound by their potentials,
relentless hard work and united by their soaring achievements.


With the first franchise set to be unveiled in Ghana, the awards will find young Africans who understand that the future can only be shaped by ideas and secured by action that seeks to elevate and unify, placing The Future Awards Africa as the ultimate soapbox for their unconventional points of view.

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Understanding the true value of these innovators, the public can
nominate unorthodox persons, community advocates, creators and pioneers from their communities between the ages of 18 – 31 in 21 categories ranging from social activism and business, to media and entertainment.

Persons eligible for nomination must have made considerable impact within Nigeria and/or globally within the last year and must have easily accessible documentation of their achievements.

The categories for the 2017 TFAA are:

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Acting

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Fashion and Design

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Beauty

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Music

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Professional Service

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Business

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Sports

University of Sussex & The Future Awards Africa Prize for Education

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Technology

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The Futures Awards and EbonyLife Prize for New Media

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Media Enterprise

The Future Awards Africa Prize in Public Service

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Arts & Culture

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Comedy

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Advocacy

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Agriculture

The Edwin George Prize for Photography

The Futures Awards and EbonyLife Prize for Journalism

The Future Awards and EbonyLife Prize for On Air Personality (visual)

The Future Awards and EbonyLife Prize for On Air Personality (audio)

The Future Awards Africa Prize for Young Person of the Year

Follow @TFAAfrica to keep up with the latest news on TFAA. The
official hashtags for 2017 are #NigeriasNewTribe and #TFAA2017.

Click the link to watch video from the 2016 edition:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwUiPQhpWUM

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The alias is MJ. I am a graduate of Mass Communication from Covenant University. A lover of arts, dynamic writer and an avid reader. I love taking up challenges as they come to build up my success story and propel others towards greatness.

Mojola Omowumi is a Staff Writer at TopNaija.ng.

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