UBI FRANKLIN, ASUQUO EKPENYONG, OSCAR EKPONIMO MAKE LIST OF 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL YOUNG NIGERIANS

Avance Media has released the list of 100 Most Influential Young Nigerians in 2017 and guess who made the list from #CalabarToTheWorld?

It’s our beloved Ubi Franklin, CEO Made Men Music Group, Asuquo Ekpenyong Jnr., Commissioner for Finance Cross River State and Oscar Ekponimo, CEO Chowberry. They were recognized for their distinctive service in Business, Governance and Technology respectively.

Below is the Ranking according to Categories

BUSINESS

  1. Adebola Williams (Red Media Africa)
  2. Olamide Bada (Jumia Food Nigeria)
  3. Dr Echefu Ikechukwu Bright (TSTV)
  4. Ubi Franklin (Made Men Music Group)
  5. Stanley Uzochukwu (Stanel Oil and Gas)
  6. Demola Adetona (EXPOZE Nigeria)
  7. Bisola Borha (Trendy Bee Elite Events)
  8. Abayomi Awobokun (ENYO Retail and Supply)
  9. Aigbe Omoregie (Intercontinental Paints Limited)
  10. Shola Ladoja (Simply Green Limited)

ENTERTAINMENT

  1. Frank Edwards (Musician)
  2. Falz (Musician)
  3. Davido (Musician)
  4. Wizkid (Musician)
  5. Mark Angel (Musician)
  6. Olamide (Musician)
  7. Maraji (Comedian)
  8. Tekno (Musician)
  9. Patoranking (Musician)
  10. Runtown (Musician)

SOCIAL ENTREPRISE & PHILANTHROPY

  1. Yasmin Belo-Osagie (She Leads Africa)
  2. Ayodeji Osowobi (Stand To End Rape Initiative)
  3. Imrana Alhaji Buba (Youth Coalition against Terrorism)
  4. Chaste Christopher Inegbedion (Padman Initiative Africa)
  5. Hauwa Ojeifo (She Writes Woman)
  6. Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin (Pearl Africa Foundation)
  7. Runcie C.W. Chidebe (Project PINK BLUE)
  8. Omotade Alalade (BeiBei Haven Foundation)
  9. Muna Onuzo-Iyanam (Gazelle Academy)
  10. Nuhu Ibrahim Alabura (Alabura Foundation)

SPORTS

  1. Victor Moses (Chelsea)
  2. Alex Iwobi (Arsenal)
  3. Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City)
  4. Chukwuka Onuwa (MFM FC)
  5. Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City)
  6. Ola Aina (Hull City)
  7. William Troost-Ekong (Bursaspor)
  8. Victor Osimhen (Wolfsburg)
  9. Moses Simon (KAA Gent)
  10. Henry Onyekuru (RSC Anderlecht)

LAW & GOVERNANCE

  1. Kenneth Okwor (Lawyer)
  2. Ife Adebayo (Nigerian Presidency)
  3. Tolu Ogunlesi (Nigerian Presidency)
  4. Yul Edochie (Anambra State)
  5. Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (Lawyer)
  6. Bashir Ahmad (Nigerian Presidency)
  7. Bamikole Omishore (Nigerian Senate)
  8. Muhammad Sani Abdullahi (Kaduna State)
  9. Asuquo Ekpenyong (Cross River State)
  10. Samaila Suleiman (House of Reps)

MEDIA

  1. Toke Makinwa (OAP)
  2. Toolz – Tolu Oniru (OAP)
  3. Idris Akinbajo (Premium Times Nigeria)
  4. Osagie Alonge (Pulse Nigeria)
  5. Ehiz (OAP)
  6. Denrele Edun (OAP)
  7. Andre Blaze Henshaw (OAP)
  8. Osi Suave (OAP)
  9. Maria Okanrende (OAP)
  10. Moet Abebe (OAP)

LIFESTYLE

  1. Bayo Omoboriowo (Photographer)
  2. Femi Bakre (Kraks TV)
  3. DJ Spinall (DJ)
  4. Noble Igwe (360nobs)
  5. Adetola Anita Adetoye (Beauty Consultant)
  6. Uche Pedro (Blogger)
  7. Stella Dimoko Korkus (Blogger)
  8. VJ Adams (VJ)
  9. Nancy Isime (Model)
  10. Jane Michael Ekanem (Stylist)

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  1. Eyo Bassey (Payporte)
  2. Nnamdi Stan Ekeh (Yudala)
  3. Shola Akinlade (Paystack)
  4. Nkechi Okwuone (Code for Nigeria)
  5. Mohammed Ibrahim Jega (Vogue Pay)
  6. Iyinoluwa Aboyeji (Flutterwave)
  7. Fikayo Ogundipe (ToLet)
  8. Nasir Yammama (Verdant Agri-Tech)
  9. Olatorera Oniru (Dressmeoutlet.com)
  10. Oscar Ekponimo (Chowberry)

LEADERSHIP & CIVIL SOCIETY

  1. Victoria Ibiwoye (One African Child)
  2. Seun Onigbinde (BudgIT)
  3. Samson Itodo (YIAGA)
  4. Zuriel Oduwole (Advocate)
  5. O’tega Ogra (BUA Group)
  6. Olufemi Olukayode Adeyemi (Union Bank)
  7. Ebenezar Wikina (Advocate & Writer)
  8. Nneka Eze (Dalberg Global Development Advisors)
  9. Tonye Rex Idaminabo (African Achievers Awards)
  10. Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi (LSDSVR Team)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & ACADEMIA

  1. John Obidi (Speaker)
  2. Prince Louis Omolayo Adekola (Ambassadors of Africa)
  3. Olasupo Abideen (Brain Builders International)
  4. Wale Olajumoke (Life Coach)
  5. Babatunde Oladosu (EduBridge Academy)
  6. Jamie Pajoel (Dynamic Vantage Ltd)
  7. Simi Fajemirokun (Read2Succeed Africa)
  8. Toyosi Akerele (Rise Networks)
  9. David James Egwu (YCBF)
  10. Freeman Osonuga (Speaker)

The 100 Most Influential Young Nigerians ranking is proudly organised by Avance Media in partnership with Goal.com, ReputationPoll.com, Abjel Communications, WatsUp TV, Citizen NG, TANOEBusiness.com, News for Africa Online, My Naija Naira, Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, CliqAfrica, Pulse Nigeria, Africa Feeds, and CELBMD Africa.

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