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Young Comedienne Emmanuella Nominated For African Women Award | See Full List

Emmanuella is 6yrs Old, she was born on July 6, 2010, Her real name is Emanuella Samuel. She is related to Mark Angel, She is Mike Angel’s cousin in real life, she was discover by Mark Angel Comedy Foundation, she is also one of the kids in Acting school. Young Comedienne Emmanuella Nominated has won many awards including the G Influence Niger Delta- Special Talent Award in 2015.

Nominated African Women Award

She is in Primary 1(Basic One), She attends Perfect International School, Port-Harcourt. Basket Mouth & Kelvin Hart are her role models. Bonus, her favourite colour: Yellow, Red & Purple Her Favourite Food: Stewed Rice & Chicken.Young Comedienne Emmanuella Nominated for African women award.

Young Comedienne Emmanuella Nominated For African Women Award

 

Here are Full List of Nominated African Women Award:

New African Woman in Business

  1. Jennifer Riria (Kenya – CEO Kenya Women Holding
  2. Madjiguene Sock (Senegal) – Global Operations Partner at Dalberg/ President of the Women’s Investment Club
  3. Salwa Idrissi Akhannouch (Morocco) – CEO – Aksal Group
  4. Tabitha Karanja (Kenya) – Founder and CEO – Keroche Breweries
  5. Phuti Mahanyele (South Africa) – Executive Chairperson – Sigma Capital
  6. Nathalie Beatrice Chinje (Cameroon) – Founder and Director of UPbeat Marketing

 

New African Woman in Politics/Public Office

  1. Fadumo Dayib (Somalia) – First female presidential candidate
  2. Fatoumata Jallow-Tambajang (Gambia) – Minister of Women’s Affairs and Overseer Vice President’ s office
  3. Nayé A. Bathily (Senegal) – Head of the Global Parliamentary Unit at the World Bank
  4. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka (South Africa) – Executive Director of UN Women
  5. Monique Mukuna ( DRCongo) – Independent Presidential Candidate
  6. Amina J Mohammed (Nigeria) – Deputy Secretary – General of UN

 

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New African Woman in Education

  1. Noella Coursaris Musunka, (DRCongo) –Founder of Malaika
  2. Oley Dibba-Wadda (Gambia) –Executive Secretary of ADEA
  3. Graça Machel (Mozambique) –Graca Machel Trust
  4. Tsitsi Masiyiwa (Zimbabwe) – Highlife Foundation
  5. Unoma Ndili Okorafor (Nigeria) –Founder – Working to Advance Science and Technology Education For African Women (WAAW)
  6. Rapelang Rabana (South Africa) –Rekindle Learning

 

New African Woman in Health, Science & Innovation

  1. Anne Wanjuhi Njoroge (Kenya) – Founder & CEO of The Web Tekies LTD and RootEd Africa
  2. Dr Helena Ndume – (Namibia) –Philanthropist ophthalmologist – Laureate UN Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela Prize
  3. Prof Aminata Sall Diallo (Senegal) –CEO for the APEES
  4. Jessica O.Mathews (Nigeria) –CO-Founder Uncharted play
  5. Dr Ola Orekunrin (Nigeria) –Founder/MD Flying Doctors Nigeria
  6. Dr Tebello Nyokong (South Africa) –Director of the Nanotechnology Innovation Centre

 

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New African Woman in Finance

  1. Viola Llewellyn (Cameroon) – President of Ovamba Solutions Inc.
  2. Binta Touré Ndoye (Togo) – General Manager Oragroup SA
  3. Eveline Tall (Senegal) – Former Deputy CEO – Ecobank Group

 

Bola Adesola (Nigeria) – MD/CEO Nigeria and West Africa – Standard Chartered Bank

  1. Stella Kilonzo (Kenya) – Division Chief, Capital Markets Development – African Development Bank
  2. Lamyaa Gadelhak, (Egypt) – Associate – Helmy, Hamza and Partners

 

New African Woman in Agriculture

  1. Dr. Maria Andrade (Cape Verde) – 2016 World Food Prize Laureate
  2. Rahab Karanja Kariuki (Kenya) – MD Agriculture and Climate Risk Enterprise Ltd (ACRE AFRICA)
  3. Khary Diene (Senegal) – Founder/CEO Bioessence Laboratories
  4. Rose Funja (Tanzania) – Co-founder of AgrInfo
  5. Tumusiime Rhoda Peace (Uganda) – Former AU Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture
  6. Kambou Lydie Rachel (Ivory Coast) – President – Bounkani Shea Produce Co-operative Society

 

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New African Woman in Media

  1. Amira Yahyaoui (Tunisia) – Blogger & Activist
  2. Eloine Barry (Guinea) – CEO of African Media Agency
  3. Gina Din Kariuki (Kenya) – Founder Gina Din Corporate Communications
  4. Uche Eze Pedro (Nigeria) – Founder of BellaNaija
  5. Zain Ejiofor Asher (Nigeria) – Anchor (CNN)
  6. Rokhaya Diallo (Senegal) – Journalist/Activist

 

New African Woman in Sport

  1. Caster Semenya (South Africa) – Athlete, Olympic Gold Medalist
  2. Fatma Samoura (Senegal) – First female FIFA Secretary General
  3. Isha Johansen (Sierra Leone) – President of the Sierra Leone Football Association
  4. Tegla Loroupe (Kenya) – Marathon icon – Ambassador: The Refugee Olympic Team
  5. Vivian Cheruiyot (Kenya) – Athlete, Olympic Gold Medalist
  6. Diknesh Tamiru (Ethiopia) – Tennis Player

 

New African Woman in Arts and Culture

  1. Esther Mahlangu (South Africa) – Legendary Ndebele Artist
  2. Lupita Nyong’o (Kenya) – Actress
  3. Olfa Terras Rambourg (Tunisia) – President – Rambourg Foundation
  4. Sophie Zinga (Senegal) – Fashion Designer

 

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New African Woman in Civil Society

  1. Chief Theresa Kachindamoto (Malawi) – Child Marriage Activist
  2. Francine Muyumba (DRCongo) – Activist Youth Leader
  3. Hadiza Bala Usman (Nigeria) – MD Nigerian Ports Authority/Co-founder #BringBackOurGirls
  4. Salimata Lam (Mauritania) – Anti modern slavery activist – SOS Esclaves
  5. Theo Sowa (Ghana) – CEO African Women’s Development Fund
  6. Zainab Hawa Bangura (Sierra Leone) – UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence in ConflictJoan Okorodudu – (Nigeria) – Founder of ISIS Models/Nigeria’s Next Super Model
  7. Aissa Dione (Senegal) – Painter and textile designer

 

New African Woman on the Rise (The Next Generation)

Emmanuella Samuel (Nigeria) – Young Comedienne

  1. Rebeca Gyumi (Tanzania) – Anti child-marriage campaigner – Founder – Msichana Initiative
  2. Jaha Dukureh (Gambia) – Anti FGM Activist & CEO Safe Hands for Girls
  3. Vivian Onano (Kenya) Youth Activist/ Member -UN Women Global Civil Society Advisory Group
  4. Sonia Mezzour (Morocco) – SG, Moroccan Agency for Energy Efficiency
  5. Warsan Shire (Somalia) – Poet
  6. Ndeye Fatou Njie (Gambia) – CEO TiGA Swimwear

 

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