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#ImagineAfrica: Nominations Open for The Future Awards 2015

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Nominations are opened to young Africans between ages 18 – 31 for the 2015 edition of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA). The Awards in its tenth year started as The Future Awards Nigeria in 2005. It was dubbed as the most important award for young Nigerians.

The award categories for 2015 are:

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Education

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Agriculture

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Advocacy

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Technology

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Public Service

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Community Action

o The Tony O. Elumelu Prize in Business

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Entertainment

o The Future Awards Africa Prize in Enterprise Support

o The Future Awards Africa Prize for African Young Person of the Year
For more information and to nominate a candidate, visit www.thefutureafrica.com/awards, send an email to nominations@thefutureafrica.com, or send an SMS to +2348022226712. Nominations close 11 September, 2015.

The Future Awards Africa is supported by Ford Foundation, Microsoft, the US Consulate, the Canadian High Commission and the Tony Elumelu Foundation. Official Media Partners are EbonyLife TV, AfricaMagic, Ventures Africa, and Y! Africa. Official Online Partners are BellaNaija and 360nobs.

The official bloggers for 2015 Olorisupergal, Ameyaw.com and NigeriaNewsDesk. Country partners are Information Nigeria and Pulse.ng.

Follow @TFAAfrica to keep up with the latest news on TFAA. The official hashtags for 2015 are #ImagineAfrica and #TFAAS2015.

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