African Economic Merit Award
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African Economic Merit Awards(AEMA) is aimed at boosting economic growth in African communities by uniting the successful business entrepreneurs with the latent talents. Enriching the soil and giving hope to Africans with Agricultural, Educational, Technology and Business initiatives.
We are working towards giving hope to Africans who have/had given up the creative ideas and business skills to power ideas of craftsmanship into a successful future.
The granting of African Economic Merit Awards (AEMA) will result to significant continent recognition and will serve as an incentive to keep the African business in the line of global competitive growth.
We aim to make a difference in Africa as a whole by improving relationship between successful African leaders and the young African entrepreneurs. We are working diligently in linking our in-depth knowledge in economic growth in Education, Agriculture, Technology and Health with the needs of our people at the grassroots.
Awarding to develop people in communities across Africa and to serve the people, for the growth of Africa society into a greater fulfilled society.
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