Women4Africa Releases The 2018 ‘Gold List’

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Women4Africa™ has released its ‘Women4Africa Extraordinary Gold List 2018’ which comprises of all of its 2018 Finalists and Recognitions.

Every year Women4Africa celebrates a plethora of outstanding women and youth so this year welcomes the 3rd Edition of its ‘Extraordinary Gold List’.

The REAL gold of Africa is its ‘Women’ and we are committed to celebrating them.

The list as follows

 

RECOGNITION AWARDS

  • Dame Elizabeth Aniowu DBE
  • Nomfundo Mcoyi
  • Saira Khan
  • Afua Hirsch
  • Chief Mrs Elizabeth Ozua
  • Margaret Casely-Hayford
  • Uche Ofodile
  • Rev. Esther Ajayi
  • Chief Mrs Abba Folawiyo

 2017 Women4Africa Category FINALISTS

  • Pome Knight – Woman in Healthcare
  • Christy Amalu – Woman in Healthcare
  • Maureen Mandipaza – Woman in Healthcare
  • Duchess Nma Ofili – Woman in Healthcare
  • Florence Britton – Woman in Healthcare
  • Olutayo Arikawe – Woman in Healthcare
  • Yemi Adenuga – Creative & Cultural
  • Gladys Ndonyi – Creative & Cultural
  • Jawahir Jewels – Creative & Cultural
  • Tsitsi Tsopotsa – Creative & Cultural
  • Isabella Ogo Uzodike – Creative & Cultural
  • Joyce Obaseki – UK Humanitarian of the Year
  • Chimanma Nina Rushworth Moore  – UK Humanitarian of the Year
  • Tobi Awoyemi – Women in Technology
  • Shalom Lloyd – Women in Technology & Outstanding Mother of the Year
  • Yetunde Adeshile – Outstanding Mother of the Year
  • Winnie Kitaka – Outstanding Mother of the Year
  • Marie-France Nguo – Outstanding Mother of the Year
  • Norva Abiona – Outstanding Mother of the Year
  • Niina Moliere Palapa – Outstanding Mother of the Year
  • Zainab Atta – Career Woman of the Year
  • Elizabeth Uwaifo – Career Woman of the Year & Woman in Law
  • Gold Ola – Career Woman of the Year & Woman in Media
  • Paulette Mastin – Career Woman of the Year & Woman in Law
  • Celestina Oniye-Thomas – Career Woman of the Year
  • Jade Egemonye – Young Achiever of the Year
  • Mairi Tejani – Young Achiever of the Year
  • Chrisann Jarrett – Young Achiever of the Year
  • Haddy Ndure – Young Achiever of the Year & Woman in Media
  • Sangwani Harawa – Young Achiever of the Year
  • Jo Nganda – Business Woman & UK Humanitarian
  • Caroline Popoola – Business Woman
  • Mo Ada bello – Business Woman of the Year & Creative & Cultural
  • Lexy Boahene – Business Woman of the Year
  • Anastasia Chikezei – Business Woman of the Year
  • Oluwabunmi Osiberu – Business Woman of the Year
  • Camile Patrice Appleby – Business Woman of the Year
  • Ibitola Adebayo – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Nicole Bello – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Abby Sunmola – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Sheila Banda Tobie – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Nena Ubani – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Norva S. Abiona – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Fatima Alimohamed – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Sandra Nelson – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Omolola Oyewusi – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Dr Caroline Makaka – Inspirational Woman of the Year
  • Adejoke Haastrup – Woman in Education
  • Donia Narh – Woman in Education
  • Shola Alabi – Woman in Education
  • Rebecca Nyamah – Woman in Education & Outstanding Mother
  • FTO Jennifer & Maria – Woman in Media
  • Christy Amalu – Woman in Media
  • Yomi Adegoke – Woman in Media
  • Vanessa Gyan – Woman in Media
  • Noellin Imoh – Woman in Media
  • Elizabeth Uviebinene – Woman in Media
  • Felicia Ofori-Quaah – Woman in Law
  • Melanie Gross – Woman in Law
  • Naeema Ahmed – Woman in Leadership
  • Dr Vongai Nyahunzvi – Woman in Leadership
  • Oluwagbeminiyi Alli – Woman in Leadership
  • Elizabeth Ntonjira – Int. Woman in Tech
  • Jane Muhlwa – Int. Business Woman of the Year
  • Nisha Maharaj – Int. Business Woman of the Year & Int. Woman in Tech
  • Bukola Oriola – Int. Humanitarian of the Year
  • Creseldah Ndlovu – Int. Humanitarian of the Year
  • Menaye donkor – Int. Humanitarian of the Year
  • Mercy Makinde – Int. Humanitarian of the Year
  • Dr Zipporah Ali – Int. Humanitarian of the Year
  • Tokunbo Ifaturoti – Int. Humanitarian of the Year & Int. Woman in Education
  • Lady Vivian Sonny-Nsirim – Int. Humanitarian of the Year
  • Susan Oyemade – Int. African Woman of the Year
  • Esther Nana Schmidt – Int. African Woman of the Year
  • Isabella Agbor Ayuk – Int. African Woman of the Year
  • Helen Oshikoya – Int. Woman in Education
  • Dr Faith Nyamukapa – Int. Woman in Education
  • Mmanti Umoh – Int. Woman in Education
  • Modupe Oguntade – Int. Woman in Education

 

Women4Africa 2018 takes place on Saturday 19th of May in Kensington. Hard working African women in the UK and across Africa come together and are celebrated under one roof.

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