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Jenny Chisom Wins CEO Award for Impact on youth in Nigeria's Capital city, Abuja

Hello dear, 

I got a letter from Papyrus CEOs Magazine nominating me for an award weeks back and I began to look forward to it. 





The day finally came on Saturday, Sept 15 and I attended to receive this symbolic award 'CEO Award for Empowering Young people in the FCT'  and it felt so good to be identified and honoured. You know, it made me do a flash back to June 21st, 2013 when I I first trained newbie bloggers in Abuja and how that project has birthed a whole company which i co-founded with Mr. Enobong Inyang and Oscar Ogedegbe   
With Sean Kennedy
 The award gave me hope especially because my country is such a tough place to grow business even though we have a huge market for everything.



 My friend that I haven't seen in about a year showed up to surprise me. I had two other men who I met in the course of speaking up for support for men, attend too to celebrate me. I validated my Queenship even more (insert tongue out emoticon) 








With Mr. Enyinnaya  Philip


These pictures were taken with a smart phone. Official photos are coming soon .


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