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African Girls Rock (AGR) 2017 Nominees

1 March 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

It comes once a year, celebrating African females within the diaspora who are making an impact in their communities.  Here are the nominees for African Girls Rock 2017.  

Entrepreneur of the year 
1.       Febssy Sam-515-441-6412 
2.       Gradieh Beautician Wren  
3.       Winifred Angel Queinder Nagbe 
4.       Anointed Child MTK 
5.       Vanessa Sade Donnelly 
6.       Garmai Krai-215-605-0710 Fargo 

Beautician of the Year 
1.     Febssy Sam-515-441-6412 
2.     Gradieh Brewer Wren 
3.     Natalie Clark 
4.     Keshia Tengben 
5.     Kiki Carr 
6.     Caroline Fabbulous Juah

Model of the Year 
1.       Nyakim Gach Gatwech 
2.       Tamie Lawson 
3.       Candace Blessing  Sayonkon 
4.       Cianneh Browne 
5.       Mah Adeda 

M.A.D Girl (making a difference) 
1.     Decontee Kofa 
2.     Berenice Mulubah 
3.     Vaa Brewer Thompson 
4.     Augustina Monpleh 
5.     Garmai Krai 215-605-0710 Fargo

People Choice Award 
1.     Winnie Freeman 
2.     Xten 
3.     Berenice Mulubah 
4.     Brenda Teh 
5.     Cece Maintain 
6.     K.Multi Qadar 
7.     Mah Adeda 
Creative Mind In Fashion 
1.     DeeDee Swayer 
2.     Nana Scott 
3.     K.Multi Qadar 
4.     Brenda Teh 
5.     Winifred Angel Queinde Nagbe 
6.     Mina Zeno 

Artistic Mind 
1.     Meekie weeks  
2.     Georgana Klee 
3.     Nanju Saymah Wilson 
4.     Vivian T. Sunshine Hookes 
5.     Anointed Child MTK 

Young, Gifted & Talented 
1.     Francisca Abbey 
2.     Zeph 
3.     K.Multi Qadar 
4.     Kona Killie 
5.     DNK Love 
6.     Mo Logan 

Designer Of The year 
1.       Brenda Teh 
2.       T. Lloyd 
3.       Aryea Kolubah 
4.       Janel J. Wiah 
5.       Elinyamal Both  
6.       Mina Zeno 
7.       Victoria Pewee 
8.       Winifred Angel Queinde Nagbe 
9.       K.Multi Qadar 

Star Power 
1.     Cianneh Browne 
2.     Fatu Harmon 
3.     Cece Maintain 
4.     Deedee Sawyer 
5.     Xten 


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