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Winners List: Africa Influencer Awards, 2020

We congratulate every nominee shortlisted for the Africa Influencer Awards, Africa’s largest and most prestigious accolades for the most influential personalities in the African LinkedIn community.

Nominations for this award opened to the public on the 1st of July, 2020 and closed on the 14th of the same month. Shortlisted nominees were announced on the 12th of August and voting commenced on the 14th and closed on the 30th of August, 2020.

Now, presenting to you the winners of the Africa Influencer Awards, 2020:

CEO Category

  1. Kola Oyeniyi
  2. Darshan Chandaria
  3. Toyin Sanni

Entrepreneur Category

  1. Mohammed Ibrahim Jega
  2. Iyinoluwa Aboyeji
  3. Samuel Akinniyi Ajiboyede

HR/Recruiter Category

  1. Taiwo Dayo-Abatan
  2. Kemi Onadiran
  3. Yemi Faseun

Life & Business Coach

  1. Sam Adeyemi
  2. Gbenga Adebambo
  3. Lanre Olusola

Top Voice

  1. Dr. Rita Orji
  2. Seyi Makinde
  3. Nada Nayhi

Company Executive

  1. Lady Shayo Imologome
  2. Oluseyi Olanrewaju
  3. Maryam Abisola Adefarati

Health & Medicine

  1. Dr. Cassandra Akinde
  2. Dr. Cathy Mwangi
  3. Ola Brown

Content Creator

  1. Samuel Aboki
  2. Stephen Angbulu
  3. Faith Nwobia

Platinum 

  1. Tony O. Elumelu         

Congratulations to all the winners! We had a total of 168,845 votes from across the world.

We say, keep doing what you’ve been doing! The African people love it!! Don’t stop making Africa proud.

Please contact awards@techtimesafrica.net to claim your awards and receive your award resources immediately.

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