Theofelus among 100 most influential Africans

Emma Theofelus

Namibia minister of information and communication technology, Emma Theofelus and parliamentarian Inna Hengari have been named among the 100 most influential young Africans for 2023.

According to leading African PR & Rating firm, Avance Media of Ghana, its list of 100 most influential young Africans features young Africans creating and making positive impacts in their various countries and the continent. The 2023 list is the 8th edition.

With representatives from about 30 countries, Avance Media says the 2023 list features prominent individuals such as Burkina Faso’s president Ibrahim Traore, and the African Union youth envoy, Chido Cleo Mpemba. Government ministers, climate activists, content creators, musicians and athletes have also been recognised for their achievements.

The list is a powerful testament to the vast pool of talent and leaders across Africa. It includes young people making a difference in various sectors, from government and business to activism, entertainment and media.

“We are incredibly proud to unveil the 2023 edition of the 100 Most Influential Young Africans,” said Prince Akpah, founder of Avance Media.

“This list showcases the incredible diversity and potential of young Africans who are driving change and shaping the future of our continent. These young leaders inspire us all and serve as role models for the next generation.”

This year’s list includes government ministers Amina Priscille Longoh, Emma Inamutila Theofelus, Rose Pola Pricemou, Yvan Butera; climate activists

Mohamed Adow, Elizabeth Wathuti, Ineza Umuhoza and Vanessa Nakate and content creators such as Wode Maya, Charity Ekezie, Dudu, Le Général Tchoutchoubatchou, Tayo Aina, Uncle Mo and William Last KRM.

Also included is former Liverpool footballer Sadio Mane now with Al Nassr.

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