Victoria Ibiwoye voted 2017 Most Influential Young Nigerian in Leadership & Civil Society

After a successful Poll by international reputed rating establishment, Avance Media in partnership with Abjel Communications, Victoria Ibiwoye, Founder of One African Child has been voted the 2017 Most Influential Young Nigerian in Leadership & Civil Society in one of the most credible and respected rankings system that honours youth excellence in Nigeria.

Below are the Most Influential Young Nigerian in Leadership & Civil Society as voted by the Public.

  1. Victoria Ibiwoye (One African Child)
  2. Seun Onigbinde (BudgIT)
  3. Samson Itodo (YIAGA)
  4. Zuriel Oduwole (Advocate)
  5. O’tega Ogra (BUA Group)
  6. Olufemi Olukayode Adeyemi (Union Bank)
  7. Ebenezar Wikina (Advocate & Writer)
  8. Nneka Eze (Dalberg Global Development Advisors)
  9. Tonye Rex Idaminabo (African Achievers Awards)
  10. Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi (LSDSVR Team)

The poll which drew public participation from over 90 countries voted Footballer, Victor Moses as the Most Influential Young Nigerian.

Motivational Speaker, John Obidi, Templars Law Associate, Kenneth Okwor, Founder of Ambassadors of Africa, Prince Louis Omolayo Adekola and Arsenal Skipper, Alex Iwobi were also voted among the top 5 most influential young Nigerians respectively.

Co-Founder of She Leads Africa, Yasmin Belo-Osagie was also voted as the Most Influential Young Nigerian Woman.

Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media explained that, the ranking which features young people creating positive influence in Nigerian is meant to inspire young people across Nigeria and change the negative perceptions of the potentials of young people.

Profile of Victoria Ibiwoye, Nigeria’s Most Influential Young Person in Leadership & Civil Society.

Victoria Ibiwoye is the Executive Director at One African Children – a non-profit organization through which she leads over a hundred youths in volunteering for the past three years in Nigeria, Cameroon, Malawi, and Zimbabwe.

She is an advocate of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) and the regional focal point of the United Nations Major Group on Children and Youth (UNMGCY) for West and Central Africa.

She was appointed as a youth representative for the SDG-Education 2030 Steering Committee and named in 2017 by Africa Youth Awards among the 100 Most Influential Young Africans.

She was voted the 2017 Most Influential Young Nigerian in Leadership & Civil Society.

Source: Avance Media