Monday, 2 January 2017

All you need to know about the 2016 Most Influential Young Cameroonian ranking and how to cast your vote

Reputed rating establishment and Africa’s leading Media and PR firm, Avance Media in partnership with CELMBD Africa have announced their inaugural list of 100 Most Influential Young Cameroonians.

The list which reflects the achievements of young Cameroonians throughout the year 2016 was streamlined in 10 distinct categories which represents key sectors across Cameroon’s economy.
The list which has a gender equity of 14 women and 36 men is an initiative meant to serve as a source of inspiration to young people around the world.
According to Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media, the initiative which was previously only launched for Ghana is embarking on a continental agenda of leading in sprouting the works and achievements of young people whose immerse contributions are sidelined and Cameroon happens to be part of the first set of countries involved in the ranking.
Resident COO (Chief Operating Officer) of the rankings, Javnyuy Joybert shared, some brave hearted young Cameroonians for the past few years decided to take their destinies into their own hands by embarking on initiatives that are transforming their communities and in turn the whole country and noted this initiative will be an outstanding platform for these brave hearted young people to be celebrated.
In rating who becomes the 2016 Most Influential Young Cameroonian, the general public is being invited to vote for their most impactful youth on cm.avancemedia.org.
After public votes ends on 16th January, 2017, winners will be announced according to their respective categories before the young person voted as the Most Influential Young Cameroonian for 2016 will be announced.
Below is the full list of the 2016 100 Most Influential Young Cameroonians in their respective categories.
Business
  1. Bony Dashaco
  2. Christian Ngan
  3. Fabrice Alomo
  4. Gwendolyne Halle
  5. Patrick Mandengue
  6. Roland Fomundam
Entertainment
  1. Magasco
  2. Jovi
  3. Nsang Dilong
  4. Okawa Shazney
  5. Stanley Enow
  6. Wax Dey
Lifestyle
  1. Bandy Kiki
  2. Eric Akoa
  3. Kibonen Nfi
  4. Njotu Denzel
  5. Valery Ayena
Media
  1. Calvino Wallang
  2. Charles Ebune
  3. Ludovic Biyong
  4. Mark Bareta
  5. Pam Happi
Science & Technology
  1. Arthur Zang
  2. Madiba Olivier
  3. Mambe Churchill Nanje
  4. Otto Akama
  5. Tonjé Bakang T.
Personal Development & Academia
  1. Bertheline Nina Tchangoue
  2. Bibaa Lundi Anne
  3. Etta Rita
  4. Madelle Mbong Kangha
  5. Nkwain John-Paul Sam
  6. Sahndra Fon Dufe
Leadership & Civil Society
  1. Achaleke Christian Leke
  2. Ingrid Etoke
  3. Jacques Jonathan Nyemb
  4. Mamadou Toure
  5. Nadege Yoko
  6. Ornella De Vinyle Nzouegou
Sports
  1. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
  2. Fabrice Ondoa
  3. Gaëlle Enganamouit
  4. Njie Clinton
  5. Vincent Aboubakar
Social Entreprise
  1. Alain Nteff
  2. Charlie Wandji
  3. Eteki Stella Dopigma
  4. Ivo Arrey Mbongaya
  5. Ndansi Elvis Nukam
  6. Peter Nguafac Temate Fongeh
Avance Media is also successfully replicating the same ranking in Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Ghana as they partner with various local and international organisations to honour young people across the continent.
The 2016 ranking is in partnership with Reputation Poll, Barcity Media, Evergreen Initiatives Jagari Designs, CELMBD Africa, My Naija Naira, Just Elect, EOD Partners, Africa Youth Awards, Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, iCare Hub Africa, Global Skills Exchange, Core Foundation and Project Know Thyself International.


Source: Avance Media

1 comment:

  1. Any list without Mark Bara and Ivo Tapang is not real!

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