- Forbes Africa has released a list of 30 successful and enterprising professionals across the continent
- The list comprised of talented Africans who have made an impact in different industries ranging from sports, entertainment, fashion, business and more
- A number of Nigerians made the list including DJ Cuppy, Asisat Oshoala, Patoranking, Mr Eazi, Swanky Jerry and more
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Nigerians are no doubt creative and enterprising people and the impact of their talent has been felt worldwide.
The world, and Africa particularly has a continent has recognized the ingenuity of these talents and also take out time to celebrate them from time to time.
Forbes Magazine has made it a tradition to celebrate these youths through the 30 under 30 list and we are glad to note that quite a number of Nigerians made the list.
To celebrate their sixth anniversary, Forbes Africa curated a 30 under 30 list that comprises of talented Africans who have made an impact in different industries ranging from sports, entertainment, fashion, business and more.
A number of Nigerians made the cut including celebrity disk jockey, DJ Cuppy, musicians Mr Eazi and Patoranking, celebrity stylist Swanky Jerry, footballer Asisat Oshoala and more.
1.DJ Cuppy: The 27 year old is a disk jockey as well as the founder of Red Velvet music group.
2.Mr Eazi: The 28-year-old musician is also the founder of emPawa Africa.
3.Patoranking: This 29-year-old reggae and dancehall musician also made the cut.
4.Swanky Jerry: The 28-year-old celebrity stylist has made a mark in the fashion industry and is the CEO of Swanky Signatures.
5.Asisat Oshoala: This 25-year-old Nigerian footballer is definitely an inspiration to many.
Other Nigerians to make the list include: Tracy Batta (29), Olajumoke Oduwole (29), Davies Okeowo (29), Maryam Gwadabe (29).
Congrats to them.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported on Nigerians and other Africans who made the 30 Under 30 Forbes list.
The list always features a diverse crop of people who are success makers in their respective fields like finance, tech, law, and art. Nigerians that made the list are Tomi Adeyemi, Tyler the creator, Ugwem Eneyo, and Tunji Adeniyi-Jones.
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