Christianity revolves around sharing and giving the love of Jesus with the community.
With that, in Order to Genuinely impart these messages From our god to the rest of the planet, we need leaders that may disperse the Lord’s teachings into their communities. And this is the reason Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, through his Believers’ Loveworld incorporation or BLW, started an occasion to recognize community leaders from all over Africa who excels at spreading Christianity through the term of their lord and requires nothing in return for this. This event is called the Future African Leaders awards or FALA. Having said that, get to know the ones who were respected by Pastor Chris along with the event.
The one honored since the Star Prize Winner is none other than Naomi Ekpoki Aliyu of Nigeria. In the tender age of 20, she has already done a lot for the kids of Nigeria in addition to the less fortunate in her community. Her hard work and passion made her deserving since the Star Prize Winner of this FALA award, but additionally, there are nine more winners.
From Zimbabwe, Sharon Zambaza is a Enthusiastic youth leader involved in empowering the young and nurturing their own development. Her job in empowering the youth has impacted the lives of over 2,000 children for her community. She is also responsible in producing several youth groups across many high schools and universities in order to arrange their activities and workshops.
By Congo, Samuel Mirady Kwamaka in 21 years old has proven the leadership abilities that are worthy of this FALA award. Focusing on developing the youth’s sports, health and education. His work has influenced the lives of more than 500 youths, and he believed in a balanced way of life to the youth, and that includes the spiritual, spiritual, and fitness aspects of life.
Of over 500 youths with her job in empowering them and coordinating youth groups within her community to provide them motivation, educational assistance and of course religious guidance.
By Malawi, Brenda Mwale is famous because of her heroic act of voluntarily instructing pupils who cannot afford to go to school. She has brought back 87 kids to school and has 57 pupils in her volunteer course.
From Ghana, Evelyn Opoku Appiah at 23 years Old has achieved so much in her work with other youth leaders, cultivating and motivating them to become better leaders others. She’s positively impacted the lives of tens of thousands of people with her nongovernmental organization called New Africa Initiative which encouraged various projects for the community. Evenlyn’s work entails championing the leadership capacity among the youth and that is why she founded ‘Youth in Governance.’
Dioh is a 23-year-old who’s the founder of the NGO called VACODEVE, a Nongovernmental organization that is engaged in entrepreneurship Development in community and in turn giving jobs to a number of youths, Taking them away from doing things that aren’t great for them, and rather earning money in the right and proper way. Helped many farmers by giving them agricultural tools. This youth Leader has impacted the lives of an astonishing 28,000 people by childhood Empowerment through seminars and workshops. Despite the risks in his Area, Mukete Davidson is determined to produce a better community by Developing the businesses of individuals, in addition to their spirituality.