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Peace Hyde named among Inaugural “Obama Foundation Leaders: Africa”

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23 leaders have been named among the inaugural Obama Foundation Leaders: Africa from Nigeria. The “Obama Foundation Leaders: Africa” is a year-long initiative to inspire, empower, and connect 200 emerging leaders from across Africa.

The leaders were chosen from 44 countries across the continent, from Egypt in the north, to Madagascar.

Among those chosen from Nigeria include Winter Olympian Simidele Adeagbo who is currently empowering girls across the nation.

Others include Forbes Africa’s Peace Hyde and LEAP Africa’s Olufemi Taiwo.

The 23 representing Nigeria on the list are:

  • Simidele Adeagbo.
  • Pamela Adie.
  • Omolara Ajele.
  • Noel Ify Alumona.
  • Kehinde Ayanleye.
  • Taiwo Ayanleye.
  • Olamide Ayeni.
  • Moses Enokela.
  • Victoria Fajemilehin.
  • Sunday Faleye.
  • Brenda Fashugba.
  • Peace Hyde.
  • Temitope Isedowo.
  • Bryan Mezue.
  • Adaeze Nnamani.
  • Chinenye Nnoli.
  • Paul Ojajuni.
  • Peter Okeugo.
  • Mark Okoye.
  • Uchenna Onwuamaegbu-Ugwu.
  • Oluwaseun Ayodele Osowobi.
  • Olufemi Taiwo.
  • Nichole Onome Yembra.

See the full list of all the Obama Foundation Leaders: Africa HERE

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