11 Jan Adebola Williams voted 2017 Most Influential Young Nigerian in Business
After a successful Poll by international reputed rating establishment, Avance Media, Adebola Williams, CEO of Red Media Africa has been voted the 2017 Most Influential Young Nigerian in Business in one of the most credible and respected rankings system that honours youth excellence in Nigeria
Below are the Most Influential Young Nigerian in Business as voted by the Public.
- Adebola Williams (Red Media Africa)
- Olamide Bada (Jumia Food Nigeria)
- Dr Echefu Ikechukwu Bright (TSTV)
- Ubi Franklin (Made Men Music Group)
- Stanley Uzochukwu (Stanel Oil and Gas)
- Demola Adetona (EXPOZE Nigeria)
- Bisola Borha (Trendy Bee Elite Events)
- Abayomi Awobokun (ENYO Retail and Supply)
- Aigbe Omoregie (Intercontinental Paints Limited)
- Shola Ladoja (Simply Green Limited)
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 Adebola Williams, Nigeria’s Most Influential Young Person in Business.
Adebola Williams is a young Nigerian media entrepreneur, political strategist and public speaker.
He is the co-founder of Red Media Africa, The Future Project, YNaija, and StateCraft Inc.
He is noted be the political communication strategists for African Presidents in Ghana and Nigeria.
In 2017, he addressed the Former President of USA, Barack Obama when he was invited to speak at The Obama Foundation Summit. At 17, he began co-presenting Youth Talk on NTA Network and named as a Global Changemaker by the British Council.
He was voted the 2017 Most Influential Young Nigerian in Business.
Source: Avance Media