Anetor Wins Under 40 Africa Award In South Africa
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Kenneth Anetor, president of A New Thing International Foundation has won the Forty Under 40 Africa award in South Africa in recognition of his role in the campaign against drug abuse among Nigerian youths.
He was also appointed the Narcotic Drugs Ambassador by the House of Representatives Committee on Narcotic Drugs contained in an endorsement letter by the chairman of the committee, Hon Francis Otta Agbo.
Forty Under 40 Africa awards which is a continental recognition; identifies, honors and celebrates a cross-section of Africa’s most vibrant and influential minds with accomplishments in a vast range of industries.
The award also celebrates young and committed individuals who have scaled professional ranks in business growth, professional excellence, innovation, top-notch leadership and community service.
In the contest, 126 nominees were handpicked from 24 African countries where Amb. Kenneth emerged winner after the jury had reviewed his extensive work done in substance abuse intervention programs and youth development in Nigeria through his foundation.
While responding, Kenneth expressed gratitude to God for making it possible and thanked all those that voted for him across Africa.
He said ” It’s a privilege to be associated with such a notable brands and with distinguished Change markers across the African continent, congratulations to all the Winners and nominees, avspecial thank you to Mr Richard and Xodus Communications Limited-Ghana for honouring us”.