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The Future Awards Africa 2019: Anita Adetoye, Francis Sule To Host Nominees Unveiling

Anita Adetoye, creative director and CEO of Anita Brows Beauty, and Francis Sule, Nigerian actor, have been selected as the hosts to unveil the nominees’ list for the 2019 edition of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA).

The nominees unveiling is expected to hold on Sunday, November 3.

The nominees represent the continent’s inspiring change agents, who are breaking boundaries in education, advocacy, media, agriculture, innovation, entertainment and more.

Themed ‘Nigeria’s New Tribe’, the 14th edition of the TFAA celebrates youth between ages 18 – 31, united by the possibilities of their talent, commitment to hard work and driven by excellence and their impact on the economy under the year in review.

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TFAA season is upon us and we have shortlisted our nominees for this year's awards across the various categories. For those of you anticipating which of your faves made the cut. You can find out on any of these stations by 3pm on Sunday. Our amazing hosts @anitabrows @francissule are ready for you💃. #TFAA2019

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The TFAA has produced over 150 winners and over 1550 nominees since its first edition in 2006.

It is also presented in conjunction with The Future Project, which has the mandate to build empowered citizens across Africa, through (inclusive) enterprise and (active) citizenship.

The unveiling will air on on Channels TV, Soundcity TV, Pop Central, and ONTV by 3 p.m on Sunday.

Follow @TFAAfrica to keep up with the latest news on #TFAA2019.

You can also join the conversation on all social media platforms with the hashtags #NigeriasNewTribe and #TFAA2019.

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