Fellows2 Nigerians among finalists for $25,000 Anzisha Prize for young African entrepreneurs

2 Nigerians among finalists for $25,000 Anzisha Prize for young African entrepreneurs

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2022

Sharon Yayra Alornyeku​

About Sharon​ Sharon, a 20-year-old entrepreneur from Ghana, is currently an undergraduate LLB student at...

Gaoagwe Jeje ​

About Gaoagwe ​ In his final year of studying Business Operations, Gaoagwe is passionate about food safety, biosecurity, and youth...

2021

Victoire Bakunzi

About Victoire  Victoire Bakunzi is a young entrepreneur from Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic...

Oluwadamilola Akinosun

About Damilola​ Damilola Akinosun is passionate about designing products and experiences. The 22-year-old Nigerian has...

2020

Ian Khonje

Ian Khonje is the founder of IKFP, a Malawi based food processing company whose main objective is to annihilate the seasonality of food products by providing innovative food processing solutions that allow consumers to enjoy food products throughout the year.

David Denis

David's approach has always been to create localized solutions to problems in his hometown. After winning Young Scientists Tanzania in 2018, David was able to found CutOff_Recycle, an enterprise that recycles human hair waste into agri-products.

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