Hilda Baci, others nominated for under-30 CEOs awards
Written by Adeola Ibrahim on November 25, 2023
Nigerian chef and former Guinness World Record holder, Hilda Baci, philanthropist Prada Uzodinma, and real estate entrepreneur Bright Shekoni have received nominations for the Under-30 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) Awards. The awards, organized by CEOs Network Africa, aim to recognize and foster the growth of young African talents, showcasing the achievements of outstanding individuals.
Mrs. Mina Obeten, the Chairperson of the Awards Committee, shared in a statement on Saturday in Abuja that the nomination list was released on Friday, and the voting period would remain open until December 6. Emphasizing the commitment of CEOs Network Africa to spotlighting exceptional talent, Obeten urged the public to actively participate in the voting process.
The nominated individuals, including Prada Uzodinma, Hilda Baci, Bright Shekoni, and others, were carefully selected for their notable contributions as creators and business owners who embody exceptional leadership, innovation, and creativity.
Encouraging public engagement, Obeten stressed the significance of community involvement in shaping the narrative of success for these remarkable individuals. She stated, “By participating in the voting process, you become an integral part of shaping the narrative of success for these extraordinary individuals. We believe in the power of the community to recognize and celebrate the achievements of young business leaders.”
Speaking on behalf of CNA, Mr. Abass Oroh, the awards committee co-chair, highlighted the profound impact the awards have had on the African business landscape over the past five years. He emphasized that the Under 30 CEOs Awards have served as a beacon, illuminating the remarkable work of businesses and business owners across the continent.
Oroh expressed the team’s dedication to organizing the event annually, fueled by the transformative influence the awards have had on the lives of young entrepreneurs. He encouraged the public to join the organizers in showcasing African talent and hard work by voting for businesses and individuals they believe deserve recognition.