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AYV, African Achievers Sign MoU

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Success stories sometimes are very important for people to hear them and with the success stories of AYV, this latest MOU will help to believe that AYV is indeed empowering and promoting young people.

In his statement, Dr. Lakkoh said AYV is signing the MOU because AAAO wants to support the expansion of AYV. He added that AYV always associates and promotes young Sierra Leoneans trying to push their different initiatives.

Dr. Lakkoh stated that the memorandum covers an agreement for the establishment of the first phase of an AYV studio in Abuja. According to Dr. Lakkoh AYV has been using the MOU formalization as a conduit to the affirmation of AYV’s intention to showcase young talents and tell people how responsible AYV is in developing conceptual   frameworks.

Over the previous months according to Dr. Lakkoh AYV has been fulfilling its promise to support  and promote different talents among young people and that the empire recently concluded Housemate Salone reality TV show, AYV Cypher and Hit the Street respectively.

Dr. Lakkoh added that Sierra Leone media and entertainment have gone international due to the dexterity AYV put up during the Housemate Salone show. He went on to say that AYV will shortly sign another MOU for a 52 episodes TV series and that 13% of the first phase has been completed.

Dr. Lakkoh however, described African Achievers Awards Organization committee as a group of very responsible people which prompted AYV management to sign the MOU.

He went on to say AYV has a London studio and that AYV is very close to completing its Washington studio and that AYV is also thinking of having a studio in Australia.

Responding, the Chief Executive Officer of African Achievers Awards Organization Tonya Rex Idaminabo commended AYV for the gesture and support given to them, stating that the color of Africans is what makes everything unique.

He further said that the organization was established more than 9 years ago, adding that the online views during the reality TV shows indicates the importance and quality attributed to AYV Media Empire.

AYV according to Tonya Rex Idaminabo will continue to grow big because of the philosophy and ideology of its proprietor and CEO, adding that the partnership between them means a lot to him and Africa as a whole.

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