The 13th edition of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA), the continent’s biggest youth event continues to generate online and offline excitement and anticipation with its event invite and style guide showcasing the best of Nigeria’s people, culture, resources, and diversity.
The invitation card design reflects the unique elements that bind us together as a nation as we inch closer to the upcoming 2019 general elections.
The TFAA event style guide also emphasizes the strength of our rich and enduring culture. The guide which is ‘Glam with a Touch of Culture’ is created by award-winning designers, Lady Biba, Jane Michael, and Muktar Onifade with illustration by Lean Kid.
Once you get your invite, please play the guessing game in the card so we know how well you know Nigeria. Take a video and tag @tfaafrica for a repost.
Official hashtags for this year’s awards is #TFAA2018 and #NigeriasNewTribe. The Future Awards Africa 2018 is presented by The Future Project, Guaranty Trust Bank, and H20h.
About The Future Awards Africa
The Future Awards Africa has been called the ‘Nobel Prize for Young Africans’, and the ‘most important youth awards’ by Forbes. It is a set of prizes given annually to celebrate and accelerate innovation, creativity and enterprise amongst young Africans aged 18 – 31. It has produced over 150 winners and over 1550 nominees since its first edition in 2006.
It is presented in conjunction with The Future Project, which has a mandate to build empowered citizens across Africa, through (inclusive) enterprise and (active) citizenship. This focus on Human Capital Development is informed by our value proposition: Africa’s growth needs a generation of young people who are gainfully employed and able to demand and secure better leadership.
Our projects include Aiki.ng, an employability portal presented with Microsoft; the Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders, #StartupsAfrica, Intern4Jobs, YMonitor.org presented with National Endowment for Democracy (NED), The Future Enterprise Support Scheme and The Future Awards Africa, described as ‘The Nobel Prize for Young Africans’