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AFRICAN ACHIEVERS AWARDS: Counting down to Feb 28

The 2014 African Achievers Awards (AAA) is in partnership with the Institute of Leadership and Management and shall be hosted at The Presidential Banquet Hall, State House, Accra, Ghana come February the 28th.

This year's awards will be segmented into three activities:

  • The Future is Africa Conference: this will offer a platform for over 1,000 policy- makers and global business leaders from Africa and the world discussing current challenges and business opportunities in finance, agro-business etc
  • The Africa Achievers Awards Ceremony: which will recognize excellent individuals and organizations that has contributed immensely to the advancement and developmental sector of the African continent
  • The Achiever's Gala Night: which will be a fun and exciting night, networking with A-list diplomats and top business entrepreneurs from both western and African continent.
This year's edition will be hosting guests from at least 28 African countries, ranging from Presidents, Government agencies, Corporate organizations, entrepreneurs, diplomats and student representatives from 12 universities across the world.

  NaijaCynth spotted one of the principal partners of the African Achievers Awards, Bar. Rex Idaminabo; asked of his expectations and A-list guests we ought to look out for in Ghana, He simply replied and I quote him "We are looking at Heaven".  You will recall that Rex is a great believer in faith, so his response should not come as a surprise to you all.

Furthermore, have you made your reservations? if your answer is no, then you might want to visit Here to make inquiries.


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