The African Entrepreneurship Academy has awarded the lifetime achievement award to youth ambassador Anthony Navo, for excellence in entrepreneurship.
Ambassador Anthony Navo (Jnr) bagged the lifetime achievement award for excellence in entrepreneurship at the auspicious occasion staged at the Miatta Conference Hall in Freetown.
According to the organisers, Navo has proved himself a force to reckon with in the business landscape in Sierra Leone in particular and the world at large.
Apart from creating employment for hundreds of Sierra Leoneans in his electrical, electronics, bureau establishments and media empire, he is also a notable philanthropist and youth activist.
Navo is serving as a role model to thousands if not millions of youths who hold him in high esteem to the extent of crowning him as youth ambassador.
He is the proud owner and president of the Africa Young Voices (AYV) Media Empire consisting of some worldwide television and radio stations plus a newspaper, printing press and a couple of media related undertakings.
Receiving the lifetime entrepreneurship award on behalf of his boss, the Director of Communications and Public Relations at the AYV Media Empire, Abdul Fonti, thanked the organisers for acknowledging the proud business records of Mr. Navo.
He said the award will serve to inspire the youth ambassador to do more for the good of Sierra Leone.
This award is just the latest among hundreds of awards recognising the good work of Navo in various works of life in the country.
Editor’s Note: Ambassador Navo is an outstanding Sierra Leonean, and as Youth Ambassador has worked selflessly to improve the lives of youths across the country, and this award is testament to his enduring passion to ensure Youths have a voice in our society. Newstime Africa would like to congratulate Mr Navo and wish him continued success in all his endeavours.
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