Lagos - Popular Africa youth-oriented awards ceremony, The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) will hold on December 7 in Lagos, Nigeria, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET).
This was revealed by the Central Working Committee (CWC) of the awards ceremony.
The chairman of the CWC Ohimai Atafo said that the 2014 edition is dedicated to the war against Ebola in West Africa.
The TFAA will launch a global campaign to get 1 million young Africans involved in the fight against Ebola via stopebola.com on November 11, 2014.
He said that they were answering to a call made by CNN’s Isha Sesay on UN’s effort towards ending Ebola.
The vice-chairman of the CWC, Mfon Ekpo, said that if Africa will be saved by Africans, then young people need to take the lead on the problems faced and take ownership of the solutions.
The stop Ebola drive is to get one million young Africans to donate social media updates and then for young people to donate a minimum of $25 (N4 250) each directly to the World Health Organisation through the United Nations Ebola Response Fund.
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