“AFRICA’S PERSON OF THE YEAR” NOMINEES
The New Dispensation (TND) is pleased to announce its first “Africa’s Person of the Year” Award and nominees for its 2015 Award. The first winner of African Person of the Year-2015 Award will be announced on January 14, 2016, the seventh anniversary of “The New Dispensation”.
TND “2015 AFRICA’S PERSON OF THE YEAR” NOMINEES.
PRESIDENT MOHAMMED BUHARI OF NIGERIA
- President Mohammed Buhari of Nigeria was chosen as nominee for his stance and fight against corruption in his country arresting high profile foprmer Nigerian public officals and recovering some of their stolen money. President Buhari came to power as on his comment to raid his country of corruption a campaign platform he is implementing umwaveringly and putting his country on th path of the prosperity the country deserves to enjoy considering its enormous oil and being one of the major oil producing nation in the world but the country is insinnct in adject despite its oil wealth.
2. President Paul Kagame of Rwanda wass selected as nominee for his robust and unwavering comment to make his country a middle income country by 2020. His plan to make Rwanda a midle income country by 202 is followed by the rosy economy of the country he is building that has a annually 8% growth rate. Kagali, the country’s capital was named one of ten most livable cities in Africa by Africa.com and the enormous development taking place in his country including the Kagali Tower, a twenty floor office and retail building erected coupled with the low of tourists which increased the year by twenty percent from lasrt year (Africam.com).
3. Musa Bility- disqualified Africa’s Candidate for FIFA President is from Liberia and president of that country’s football association. He was selected as nominee because of his courageous dertmination to cast his lot in the Presidency for FIFA, the world governing body of football (soccer) and was the only African candidate. He was disqualified from contesting based on what FIFA says is his integrity flaws.