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2018 100 Most Influential Young Nigerians Finalists Announced

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Leading PR & rating agency, Avance Media has announced finalists for the 3rd edition of its prestigious annual ranking focused on young people dubbed: 100 Most Influential Young Nigerians.
According to Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media, this year’s list features young people who have made remarkable contributions towards their respective fields which has extended impact to other young people across Nigeria and beyond.
Public voting has also commenced on ng.avancemedia.org to determine the influence of the nominees in their categories and in the overall ranking.
Previous editions have been won by Actress Funke Akindele (2016) & Footballer Victor Moses (2017).
Some notable personalities nominated include: Wizkid, Davido, Ubi Franklin, Grace Ihejiamaizu, Japheth J Omojuwa, Tonye Rex Idaminabo, Victor Moses etc
After launching the initiative in Ghana in 2015, Avance Media has been able to partner various organisations across Africa to extend the ranking to Cameroon, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania & DR Congo and is expected to announce a global ranking in 2019.
Below is the list of nominees represented in their respective categories.
Business
1. Akinwande Durojaye (JustBrandIt)
2. Chichi Nwoko (Kwese Free Sports Nigeria)
3. Ink Eze (Aso Ebi Bella)
4. Kene Rapu (Kene Rapu)
5. Michael Ugwu (Sony Music Western Africa)
6. Obinna Okwodu (Fibre)
7. Obinwanne Okeke (Invictus Group)
8. Stanley Uzochukwu (Stanel Oil Group)
9. Tania Omotayo (Ziva Lagos)
10. Ubi Franklin (Made Men Music Group)

Entertainment
1. Adekunle Gold (Musician)
2. Beverly Naya (Actress)
3. Davido (Musician)
4. Falz (Musician)
5. Kenny Blaq (Comedian)
6. Kizz Daniel (Musician)
7. Olamide (Musician)
8. Sambasa Nzeribe (Actor)
9. Simi (Musician)
10. Wizkid (Musician)

LAW & GOVERNANCE
1. Abdullateef Olasubomi Abdul (Lawyer)
2. Adamu Garba (Politician)
3. Barr. Bamidele Olamilekan (FOR LEKAN BAMIDELE & CO)
4. Bashir Ahmad (PA – President of Nigeria)
5. Chidera Okolie (Lawyer)
6. Chike Ukaegbu (Presidential Candidate)
7. George Ugwuja (APC)
8. Ikechukwu Uzoma (United Nations)
9. Ossai Ovie Success (PA – Governor, Delta State)
10. Tonye Rex Idaminabo (ADC Candidate)

LEADERSHIP & CIVIL SOCIETY

1. Bello Bala Shagari (National Youth Council)
2. Japheth J Omojuwa (Activist)
3. Michael Ajayi (Enactus Nigeria)
4. Niniola Soleye (Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh (DRASA) Health Trust)
5. Oluwaseun Ologun Williams (ECOWAS Youth Council)
6. Samson Itodo (Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth & Advancement)
7. seun Oluyemi (Y! Productions)
8. Seun Onigbinde (BudgIT)
9. Uwabor Joshua (Nigeria Entrepreneurs Awards)
10. Zuriel Oduwole

LIFESTYLE
1. Adenike O. Adebayo (Blogger)
2. Adetola Anita Adetoye (Beauty Consultant)
3. Ereme Abraham (Social Media Influencer)
4. Fola David (Painter)
5. Joyce Jacob (Joyce Jacob Beauty)
6. Nancy Isime (Model)
7. Olori Supergal (Blogger)
8. Tolani Alli (Photographer)
9. Tomi Adeyemi (Author)
10. Victor Ebiye (Social Media Influencer)

MEDIA
1. Adeola Fayehun (Keeping It Real With Adeola)
2. Adesewa Josh (OAP)
3. Eromo Egbejule (The Africa Report)
4. Idia Aisien (OAP)
5. Maria Okanrende (OAP)
6. Moet Abebe (OAP)
7. Osagie Alonge (Pulse Nigeria)
8. Osi Suave (OAP)
9. Rosemary Ajuka (OAP)
10. Tisan Bako (OAP)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & ACADEMIA
1. Alex Iheanacho (Money Sense Africa)
2. Collins CK Chiemezie (The MADE Woman Foundation)
3. Grace Ihejiamaizu (iKapture Networks)
4. Ife Durosinmi – Etti (Author)
5. Joseph Agunbiade (Univelcity)
6. Olasupo Abideen (Brain Builders International)
7. Rahmon Ojukotola (Rahmon Ojukotola Foundation)
8. Teslim Opemipo Omipidan (OldNaija.com)
9. Tobi Obasa (Davtonlearn)
10. Tope Ogunsemo (Krystal Digital)

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
1. Adeoye Ojo (Sureremit)
2. Oluwatobi Oyinlola (IoT Evangelist)
3. Chris Kwekowe (Slate Cube)
4. Dr. Moses Enokela (SonoCare)
5. Elo Umeh (Terragon Group)
6. Iyinoluwa ABOYEJI (Flutterwave)
7. Nkechi Okwuone (Code for Nigeria)
8. Silas Adekunle (Reach Robotics)
9. Tunde Kehinde (Lidya)
10. Victor Ugo (Mentally Aware)

SOCIAL ENTREPRISE & PHILANTHROPY

1. Abimbola Omotoyosi Ogunmekan (WarriorStory.ng)
2. Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin (Pearl Africa Foundation)
3. Adepeju Jaiyeoba (Brown Button Foundation)
4. Bukola Bolarinwa (Sickle Cell Aid Foundation)
5. Busari Bisayo (Project One Productions)
6. Hauwa Ojeifo (She Writes Woman)
7. JohnBosco Onunkwo (JohnBosco Onunkwo Foundation)
8. Vivian Sonny-Nsirim (Young Moms Support Initiative)
9. Wadi Ben-Hirki (Wadi Ben-Hirki Foundation)
10. Williams Uchemba (Williams Uchemba Foundation)

Sports
1. Ahmed Musa
2. Alex Iwobi
3. Evelyn Akhator
4. Kelechi Iheanacho
5. Mikel Obi
6. Odunayo Adekuoroye
7. Oluwatobiloba Amusan
8. Quadri Aruna
9. Simidele Adeagbo
10. Victor Moses

The 100 Most Influential Young Nigerians initiative is spearheaded by Avance Media in partnership with Jagari Designs, COSDEF Group, 1000 African Voices, My Naija Naira, Cliq Africa, VIPI State & WatsUp TV

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A Serious Boyfriend Will Cook For You When You Visit Him, Not The Other Way Round : Woman Warns Daughter

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Now which mother will give this sort of advice if she really wants her daughter to attract suitors? A young lady identified as Alhaja Gold @Yommmms revealed that her mother warned never to cook for her boo nor tidy up his place whenever she visits him because according to her, any serious man would ensure his house is clean and there is cooked food to eat.

She wrote; “Everytime I’m going over to see a boy, my mother warns me not to cook or clean in his house. ‘If he’s a serious person, he will make sure you’re coming into a clean house and there’s something for you to eat.’

Guys, what do you think about this, will you entertain such a woman in your life based on this advice her own mom gave her? We are waiting for your views.

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Forget Obinim, Obofour And The Rest; I’m The Most Powerful Ghanaian Preacher : Opambour Explains Why

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Founder and leader of Ebenezer Miracle Worship Center, Reverend Ebenezer Adarkwa Yardom aka Opambour has stated categorically that he is the most powerful Ghanaian preacher all other things being equal.

His assertion comes just after Bishop Obinim asserted that he is the most powerful man of God in Ghana and that his colleague pastors don’t come close to him in the spiritual world.

Bishop Opambour’s assertion seems to be a subtle response to Obinim who is the founder and leader of the International Godsway Church. However, Opambour in a recent television broadcast revealed that he is the only one God has given him the power to do his work both spiritually and physically.

“Let me tell you something when they talk about the power of God you don’t understand. You have to come so that I can tell you how the power of God looks like because I am the only person he has given his power. He has given me all the powers to do his work spiritually and physically. There is nobody powerful in Ghana than me…so come and let me help you”. Opambour revealed in a recent telecast on Prophet 1 television.

He, therefore, called on anyone who needs his help to consult him because no one comes close to him in the spiritual realm. He added that those who’ve never had an encounter with His should run to him as soon as possible.

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Bro Sammy To Face 15 Years Imprisonment If Found Guilty : FDA

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Gospel musician Brother Sammy is likely to face 15 years imprisonment and could also be fined a maximum amount of 180,000 cedis if found guilty.

According to the Public Relations Officer for the Food and Drugs Authority, James Lartey, the gospel musician flouted the law when he advertised his drug on social media without approval from the agency.

“We’ve reported him to the police because he has flouted our law. Well, this is an offence against the law, so we’ve left everything for the police. So the police will be doing the investigation and questioning, and if found guilty he will be sent to court.

According to the Public Health Act, Act 851, when you flout the law and you’re found guilty, you’ll pay a minimum fine of GHs 90,000 or maximum fine of GHs 180,000 and then if the Judge decides to jail you, the minimum jail term is 15years and the maximum is 25years or the Judge can say he will do both” he disclosed.

He also stated that his outfit is putting measures in place to bring offenders like Bro Sammy to book for selling unapproved products.

The gospel musician was arrested over the weekend after he revealed that he has the cure for cancer, diabetes, Asthma and the deadly HIV/AIDS.

Bro Sammy stated that his drug which is ‘Spiritual Divine Healing Water’ was a revelation by God.

He was however invited by the Food and Drugs Authority to aid in the investigation because his so-called healing water was not approved by the agency.

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