By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Five hundred African Young Entrepreneurs have been empowered by Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs Empowerment Nigeria (AYEEN), an organisation famous for investing in young Africans.
The beneficiaries were drawn from states of the federation and beyond and were given their awards at a ceremony.
The 500 lucky entrepreneurs were charged to see themselves as worthy ambassadors of Africa and ensure they use their awards to better the society.
AYEEN has demonstrated its dedication to developing the next generation of outstanding African Entrepreneurs who will shape the economies and political landscape of their home countries, a reason for empowering these entrepreneurs.
According to the leadership of the organization, these crops of entrepreneurs will contribute to the needed economic growth that will change the face of the continent in the coming years.
AYEEN commenced in 2014 and has received accolades since it has garnered over 10,000 young entrepreneurs, stakeholders, government officials captains of industry and other guests in the last two year.
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