By Collins Nweze
The Future Awards Africa 2019 celebrated a new generation of young, innovative achievers between ages 18 to 31 years driving the narrative and leading the change in their industries locally and internationally.
This was to foster talent, excellence and service among young Nigerians.
Themed ‘Nigeria’s New Tribe’, the 14th edition of the awards held on November 24 at the Balmoral Hall, Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos. There were over 100 nominees, with 21 winners selected across various categories such as Acting, Music, Public Service, Advocacy, Agriculture, Journalism, including the highly coveted ‘Young Person of the Year’, which was won by Burna Boy, who was also recently nominated for the Grammy Awards for his album ‘African Giant’.
The event was hosted…