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The Future Awards Africa 2013 Winners


The winners of the 2013 Future Awards Africa are:
Young Person of the Year: Ashish J. Thakkar, age 24
Prize in Advocacy and Activism: Orode Uduaghan-Okpu, age 24
Prize in Community Action: Ife Adebayo, age 30
Prize in New Media: Kingsley Ezeani, age 23
Prize in Journalism: Toyosi Ogunsey, age 29 years
Prize in Business: Saeed Jumah, age 28
Prize in Professional Service: Kayode Temenu, age 29
Prize in Agriculture: Precious Peter Nweke, age 31
Prize in Fashion & Style: Aisha Bello, age 24
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Prize in Arts & Culture: Kenneth Gyang age 27 
Prize in Enterprise Support: Ayodeji Adewunnmi, Opeyemi Awoyemi and Olalekan Olude, ages 29, 25 and 29
Prize in Education: Ottoh Oroondam, age 26
Young Media Entrepreneur of the Year: Uche Pedro, age 32 
Prize in Entertainment and Talent: O.C Ukeje age 32

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