On Friday, December 31st, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome will name 10 winners out of the 30 young talents that are nominated for the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards (FALA).
Out of thousands of young leaders, only 30 nominees were selected to potentially win one of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s Future Africa Leaders’ Awards (FALA) at the dedicated ceremony on Friday, December 31st.
The 30 nominees were presented by the pastor and the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF) at the FALA Nomination Show earlier this month.
The Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF) is the organizer of the award show and an initiative by the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International (COFI) that empowers young people to explore and expand the leadership potentials in Africa and for Africa.
FALF identifies, celebrates and supports young Africans who have demonstrated exemplary leadership skills by impacting their generation positively through education, youth empowerment and mentoring as well as through other projects aimed at building young people and preparing them for a positive future.
FALF impacts African youths all around the world through mentorship programs that enable the youths to tackle prevalent challenges in Africa.
These youths turn into leaders that are changing the lives of others and the landscape of the continent.
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, founder and president of LoveWorld Incorporated, the Christ Embassy Church and the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International, is giving the young people of Africa a chance to build the continent by investing in their futures.
The pastor will celebrate them at the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards on Friday, December 31st at 8 PM GMT+1.
The show can be live streamed on the website of the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation and on all LoveWorld tv channels and digital platforms.
Meet the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards Nominees 2021
30 exceptional individuals from multiple African countries were recognized for their leadership efforts at the FALA Nomination Show earlier in December.
On Friday, December 31st, 10 leaders will be rewarded with a $10,000 prize from the founder and chief motivator of the award show, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.
Only one of them will be rewarded with the Star Prize Award with a token prize of $25,000 to encourage his or her future endeavors.
Meet some of the 30 nominees for the Future Africa Leaders’ Awards 2021 that are shaping and impacting their communities and nations.
The representatives from Nigeria are Bitrus Isaac, Jegede Chelsea and Okeke Chiedozie Gideon.
Bridget Kalilombe (Zambia) – Initiator of the ‘Girls Future’ project that protects girls while promoting the relevance of the girl-child in society. This initiative has reached over 100,000 young people.
Kibaba Hillary (Kenya) – A humanitarian and an activist for quality education and environmental conservation. He partnered with the Ministry of Lands and Forests to plant more than 600,000 tree seedlings across Kenya.
Diallo Racidatou (Republic of Guinea Conakry) – A compassionate leader who shows commitment to the improvement of the lives of young people in her community by providing healthcare to families and sponsoring school kits for children in the Kiridiya orphanage in Matoto.
Azaria Chidzungu (Malawi) – A dynamic leader who has demonstrated his great passion for the youth by conducting leadership training programs and workshops, empowering over 5,000 young people.
Milla Anna (South Sudan) – Pioneer of the ‘Mending Hearts Initiative South Sudan’ (MHISS), which has raised and distributed $10,000 to 100 vulnerable families and sourced funds to aid farmers. The organization has also carried out many other projects for socio-economic development.
Derrick Absalom (Tanzania) – A 21-year-old youth leader with a burning passion for community service. He conducted an online computer skills course for 250 young girls during the COVID-19 lockdowns and built modern toilets for four orphanages in the Mbeya district of Tanzania.
Nomnqa Amanda (South Africa) – Plays a significant role in youth policy-making to tackle socio-economic issues in her country and Africa. Her work in youth advocacy, skills development and activism has benefited over 800,000 young people of the continent.
Chelsea Jegede (Nigeria) – A 20-year-old visionary whose ‘Rural Water Infrastructure Intervention’ project made clean water available to an estimated 169,000 people in Ilaje, Lagos.
Abraham Sylvester (Nigeria) – A visionary young leader and founder of the ‘Excelling Youth Initiative,’ an organization established to support education in rural communities and empower African youths for success and global impact.
Bukaki Yusuf (Uganda) – Founder and CEO of ‘Young Leaders Africa,’ an initiative that is networking young people across the continent to empower and support each other. Amongst several humanitarian projects, he raised funds for the construction of a house for people in need and the elderly.
The Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International (COFI) and the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation (FALF) give you the opportunity to recognize and empower young leaders and their initiatives across the continent.
Celebrate with Pastor Chris and Watch the FALA Awards
On Friday, December 31st, 10 of these nominees will receive special prizes from Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, and one of them will be named the Star Prize Winner.
The Future Africa Leaders’ Awards 2021 will be shown live on the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation’s website and all LoveWorld tv channels and digital platforms.
The live streaming will serve as an inspiring moment to celebrate, recognize and honor these young leaders and their commitment to the progress and development of Africa.
Sponsoring their projects will positively affect the young African leaders. Therefore, the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International and the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation are offering the opportunity to become a sponsor of different projects that aim to raise the youths of Africa.
To discover more and sponsor the projects, go to the Future Africa Leaders’ Foundation’s website.