The list of the most influential young Africans is out. Kenyans dominated the list.
Raphael Obonyo, Scheaffer Okore, Nice Nailantei, Sandra Ochola, Amina Abdi Rabar, and Xtian Dela were the Kenyans on the list. Amina was nominated for fighting FGM.
The list comprises of young men and women from 26 African nations. The prestigious award list, which was launched in 2016, highlights the efforts of activists, entertainers young politicians, athletes, entrepreneurs, philanthropists and digital influencers who portray a good image of our continent Mama Africa.
Here are the categories Kenyan honorees were awarded in
Raphael Obonyo – Personal development and academia category
Sandra Ochola – Personal development and academia category
Scheaffer Okore – Law and Governance category
Nice Nailantei Leng’ete – Social enterprise and Phil. Category
Amina Abdi Rabar – Media category
Xtian Dela – Lifestyle category
Jokate Mwegelo, Larry Madowo, Boniface Mwangi just to mention but a few, dod not appear on this year’s list after topping 2017’s.
Well, Uganda’s Bobi Wine, who was the most searched on Google last month, was among the list of the most influential Young Africans.
Other notable honorees include footballer Ahmed Musa who scored for Nigeria in this year’s world cup, Egypt and Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah, Tanzania’s Ali Kiba and Nigeria’s Davido, who recently went back to NYS (to complete his studies).
Here is the full list
Here are results for the most popular searches by Kenyans in the past month in descending order:
- Betting platforms (sportpesa, betpawa, betika, betin, forebet…)
- Kofi Annan
- Bobi Wine
- Riparian Land
- Kobi Kihara
- Aretha Franklin
- Asbel Kiprop
- John McCain
Top How To Searches
- How to write a CV
- How to make money online
- How to write an application letter
- How to bake a cake
- How to cook pilau
- How to make pancakes
- How to buy KPLC tokens
- How to cook spaghetti
- How to join illuminati in Kenya for free
- How to be successful in life