African Leading Philanthropist

African Leading Philanthropist, Alhaji Amadu, Nominated For ‘Young African Leader Of the Year’ Award

African Leading Philanthropist

OpenLife Nigeria reports that African leading philanthropist and business man of note, Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu, has been nominated for ‘Young African Leader of the Year’ Award.

The founder and President of Afro-Arab Group of Companies, is nominated alongside counterparts from Nigeria and Tanzania in this prestigious recognition.

Expressing his gratitude on Facebook, Ambassador Salamu Amadu thanked Africa Leadership Magazine for acknowledging his efforts, stating, “Thank you for recognizing my good work.
I am grateful to hear that I am on the right track.”

He encouraged well-wishers to participate in the voting process, which concludes on Thursday, December 14, 2023, at midnight (CAT). Joining the competition with a spirit of unity, he declared, “Together We All Win.”

In a further statement, Ambassador Salamu Amadu reflected on his journey as a generational thinker and entrepreneur, emphasizing the importance of collective success.

He shared insights into the values that have driven his leadership, including the influence of Allah and the concept of Sonkowa.

His message resonates with a commitment to positive change and forward-thinking, echoing the sentiment that true success is a collaborative achievement.

As the voting deadline approaches, the Afro-Arab Group of Companies extends an invitation to the public to support Ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu in this significant endeavor.

The recognition not only honors his individual accomplishments but also shines a spotlight on the innovative and transformative initiatives championed by the Afro-Arab Group under his leadership.

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