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For the 6th consecutive times: ACC’s Chief to receive 100 Most Influential Young Africans Award

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For the 6th consecutive times: ACC’s Chief to receive 100 Most Influential Young Africans Award


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The Commissioner of Sierra Leone’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), Francis Ben Kaifala has for the 6th consecutive time emerged to be on the list of the 100 Most Influential Young Africans Award 2024, by the Pan African Youth Leadership.

The award which is organised by the Pan African Youth Leadership Foundation, in partnership with Rehoboth Hills International Limited is the sixth edition tagged as AFRICA 100 set to hold in Accra, Ghana’s British Council on the 13th April, 2024, in a Convergence and Award Ceremony that will bring together Influential Leaders from across all sectors of the Continent.

This edition which is themed: ‘The Exceptional 2024’, aims to recognise and celebrate exceptional Young African individuals who have broken the norm to create a pathway to success for themselves and their immediate community.

Francis Ben Kaifala, who has won previous editions of this award since its debut, is the only Sierra Leonean in the covetous list, validating the recognition of his efforts and excellence in revolutionizing the fight Against Graft in the Continent.

The former Board Member of the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC) and former President of the Network of Anti-Corruption Institutions in West Africa (NACIWA), is a leading figure in the fight against corruption in Africa, as his leadership has seen Sierra Leone rise from failing positions in all global indexes and assessments, to remarkably unprecedented Successes marking his tenure.

In a Facebook post shared by the US Government Anti-Corruption Champion, Francis Ben Kaifala on the said award, he remarked “It’s been 6 straight years of representing Sierra Leone among eminent Young people in this annual listing of 100 Most Influential Young African Leaders.”

He added that the Continent currently looks “youthful and ready”, as he was also appointed as the Youngest to have ever held the capacity since the Commission was established, and his tenure has been nothing short of magical successes.

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