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Shatta Wale Nominated For 2017 Africa Youth Awards — Full List Here!

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Africa Youth Awards, the continent’s most coveted awards for young achievers and change makers have announced over 140 young Africans and organisations from 25 countries as finalists for the 2017 Africa Youth Awards.

Launched in 2014 and currently in its 4th Edition, the awards has become a recognised platform for young Africans to showcase what contributions they have made to the success of the continent thus far, and the potential that they possess to take Africa to the next level across various key industries.

Nominees which span across 23 categories include: 51 females, 73 Males and 17 organisations in Africa and the Diaspora.

The shortlisted nominees were announced by Africa Youth Awards on 4th December, 2017 and winners will be publicly announced on 1st January, 2018.

Voting which can be done on www.africayouthawards.org/vote is expected to end on 17th December.

Countries with the most nominations are Ghana (26), Nigeria (18), Tanzania (14), South Africa (13), Cameroon (9) and Rwanda (8)

According to Terser Adamu, COO of Africa Youth Awards, this year’s nominees demonstrates the army of young people who have taken the destiny of the continent into their own hands for positive results. He also encouraged Africans to support the nominees as the continent awaits the announcement of the winners.

This year’s award is supported by Avance Media, My Naija Naira, Dream Ambassadors Foundation, College in Ghana, African Youth Commision, WatsUp TV, All for Development, and iLead Africa.

Below is the full list of the shortlisted nominees of the 2017 Africa Youth Awards

ADVOCATE OF THE YEAR

  1. Birwe Habmo
  2. Farida Nabourema
  3. Kasinde etumba smith
  4. Louise Kanza
  5. Omoyele isaac success
  6. Patson Malisa

 

AFRICAN YOUTH OF THE YEAR (FEMALE)

  1. Anne Kansiime
  2. Bella Nshimirimana
  3. Dr Faith Kudakwashe Nyamukapa
  4. Farida Nabourema
  5. Phindile Sithole-Spong
  6. Tebogo Lebanna

 

AFRICAN YOUTH OF THE YEAR (MALE)

  1. Ihab Amir
  2. Iya Traore
  3. Kwame Antwi-Agyei Opoku
  4. Millard Ayo
  5. Oluwaseun Ologun william
  6. Seth Kwame Boateng

 

AWARD FOR ACADEMICS

  1. Anna lefatshe Moagi
  2. Dikeledi Andronica Mokoena
  3. Mrs Yakama Manty Jones
  4. Lang Loum
  5. Ngozi Marion Emmanuel

 

AWARD FOR AGRICULTURE

  1. Gninlnagnon Koné
  2. Joshua Ayinbora
  3. Kwabena Boateng
  4. Nathalie Kpante Gambah
  5. Olawale Rotimi Opeyemi
  6. Pride Machingauta

 

AWARD FOR DIASPORA ACHIEVEMENT

  1. Ashley A. Opoku
  2. Benjamin Fernandes
  3. Fatoumata Kebe
  4. Katche Corinne
  5. Ludovic Biyong
  6. Yvonne Amponsah

 

AWARD FOR EDUCATION

  1. Boubacar Mohamed Mahmoud
  2. Eric Pentsil
  3. Gabriel Tekpetey
  4. Ousseynou dit Ibrahima Camara
  5. Racheal Kalaba
  6. Stephen Creppy

 

AWARD FOR TECHNOLOGY

  1. Camidus
  2. Dr CADx
  3. Flutterwave
  4. Jamii
  5. RoamSmart
  6. Tress

 

AWARD FOR YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

  1. Bella Nshimirimana
  2. Kwame Antwi-Agyei Opoku
  3. Masereka Charles Yoronimu
  4. Rose Aggrey Mmbaga
  5. Thato Edison Diako
  6. Victor Moinina

 

BLOGGER OF THE YEAR

  1. Adekeye . E. Tosin
  2. Elorm Beenie
  3. Gilbert Rwabigwi
  4. Jonilar
  5. Nancy Sumari
  6. Salawu Ibrahim

 

DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR

  1. Caroline Ngata
  2. Lameck Kiula
  3. Nadia Owusu
  4. Njiki Djemi Michele Valerie
  5. Olalekan Abdulqudus Akintomide
  6. Oluwaseyi Ademo
  7. Omar Said Abdel-Azim Mostafa Sharawy
  8. Patrick Fynn

 

ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

  1. Aigbe Omoregie
  2. Clarisse Iribagiza
  3. Jokate Mwegelo
  4. Sandile Shezi
  5. Sangu Julius Delle
  6. Shaleen Manhire Nullens

 

FASHION PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  1. Daniel Odonkor
  2. Maajoa Asabea Yeboah
  3. Matthew Rugamba
  4. Shahbaaz Sayed Yusuf
  5. Teta Isibo

 

HEALTH PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  1. Aisha Ojone Abu
  2. Benson Owusu
  3. Enow Awah Georges Stevens
  4. Jack Hisard Nyalando
  5. Landry Ndriko Mayigane
  6. Richard Selormey
  7. Runcie C.W. Chidebe

 

LEADER OF THE YEAR

  1. Bokang Molelle
  2. Kiruhura Babu Patrick
  3. Kitso Bapaki
  4. Ngang Ernest Che
  5. Raphael Obonyo
  6. Zakaria El Hamel

 

LITERARY EXCELLENCE AWARD

  1. Botlhale Boikanyo
  2. Chiziterem Ndukwe-Nwoke
  3. Diana Mpyisi
  4. Samuel Tinagyei
  5. Jovita Efehi Obadolagbonyi
  6. NoViolet Bulawayo
  7. Sylvanus Bedzrah
  8. Upile Chisala

 

MEDIA PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  1. Millard Ayo
  2. Musah Kofi Idriss
  3. Ngwane Hansel Masango
  4. Nwabisa Matyumza
  5. Salma Msangi
  6. Sibabalwe Sesmani

 

MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR

  1. Hanane El Khader
  2. Ihab Amir
  3. Nasty C
  4. Saad Lamjarred
  5. Shatta Wale
  6. Vanessa Mdee

 

PUBLIC SERVANT OF THE YEAR

  1. Anna lefatshe Moagi
  2. Dikeledi Andronica Mokoena
  3. Kadio Kadio Eric
  4. Meshack Omega Omido
  5. Ogunshola Michael

 

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE OF THE YEAR

  1. Girls Effect initiative
  2. Hope Alive Africa Initiative
  3. Kente Master
  4. TECO² project
  5. Wadi Ben Hirki Foundation (WBH)
  6. Smithmai Company T limited

 

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

  1. Dillion Phiri
  2. Franck Verzefé
  3. Jennifer Richard Shigoli
  4. Kagiso Madibana
  5. Melvin Songwe Shuye
  6. Pinkrah Kwaku Kingsley

 

SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS

  1. Franklin Armah Sharp
  2. Makosi Musambasi
  3. Manthomeng Eulalia Peahoane
  4. Namnkunda hope mwijuka
  5. Peter Njodzeka
  6. Roselyne Nyakona
  7. Ukpohor Excel

 

STARTUP OF THE YEAR

  1. Intercontinental Paints
  2. Kidoti Company
  3. ma
  4. OBRI
  5. Tapera Bio Industries
  6. The Wealth Project Holdings

 

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Tic Tac Made The Best Move For Walking Out Of Live TV Interview – Shatta Wale

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In a sudden twist, award winning dancehall artist Shatta Wale has thrown his support behind Tic Tac for walking out of a live TV interview on GHOne TV.

On Friday, hiplife artist Tic Tac who is feuding with Shatta Wale proved that there was no room for reconciliation between the two when he walked out of GHOne TV studio during an interview on its morning show, GH Today.

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Tic Tac who was on the show to promote his songs as well as the Ayalolo project got angry at the station when they decided to play Shatta Wale’s music video during his interview session.

“Are we showing Shatta’s video? Because I’m talking about him? I have new videos that should be showing. We cannot show Shatta’s video while I’m here talking about him. I didn’t come here to promote Shatta Wale” He quizzed the host Baisiwa Dowuona-Hammond

Some had expected that because of the feud between Tic Tac and Shatta Wale, the latter would blast him for what happened.

 However, Shatta Wale in a Facebook post rather endorsed what Tic Tac did, saying it affirms the ideas he has been preaching for some time now.

“I think Tictac really made the best move ever. This is what i have been talking about. We should respect an artiste when he is your studios or on phone talking. How can you be asking about Shatta wale whilst Tic Tac is there. My plan is working. Ghana artiste lets free ourselves from the timidity and fear…we can do this ..but yo tictac tell your colleagues ,you people sleep too much..wake up !!! #changeiscoming,” Shatta wrote.

Shatta Wale and Tic Tac have been at each other’s throat after the former named the latter as part of artistes who are not smart.

Tic Tac however is getting ready to release his 7th album titled ‘Mama Grace.’

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I Have Visited 10 Million Mallams – Shatta Wale Makes Shocking Revelation At Last

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Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, known in showbiz as Shatta Wale, has admonished fellow musicians to desist from visiting spiritualists, because he had visited lots of spiritualists but they couldn’t help him.

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Speaking to Christian Agyei Frimpong, host of Anigye Mmre an entertainment talk show on Accra-based Onua 95.1 FM the musician was emphatic:

“We are from Africa, we have lots of ‘juju’ here, If you are an artiste and you think ‘Juju’ can give you a hit, you are deceiving yourself. God needs your patience, your heart, you need to endure pain, God is bigger than everything and I believe God has made me who I am today”.

Shatta Wale further revealed, “I have visited lots of mallams, let me say 10 million of them, they couldn’t do what I needed from them. You have no idea the things I was searching in this world but it took the intervention of God who showed me the right way.”

The self-acclaimed dancehall king further stated that “Everything shall pass away but the word of God will still remain; in life you have to believe the maker, I know who I am, people don’t know their identity that’s why they fail in life.

“When I’m talking, I talk with confidence, I don’t talk with fear, I don’t talk nonsense, I talk straight forward, some people think I talk nonsense, I know when they realized it’s God that is working for me, they will come to me and those people are going to be baptized with Shatta movement because Shatta movement is of God”.

Culled From: PressPeep.com

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