Time Magazine releases 100 most influential list for 2019

These Africans on Time’s most influential list 2019 are influencing the continent and the globe.

Fred Swaniker is a Ghanian entrepreneur and leadership development expert whose is motivating young people in Africa to be great leaders through his various leadership initiatives.

Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s revolutionary prime minister who is driving so many positive reforms in the country. Importantly, He has ensure the active participation of women in government.

Cyril Ramaphosa is leading South Africa through tough economic and political challenges. He is currently tackling corruption while battling to salvage the crippling electricity issues.

Caster Semenya is the South African Olympic gold medalist. She identifies as a female athlete, but has a higher than normal male testosterone. This biological trait has come under questioning by authorities who consider it an unfair advantage over other athletes.

Mohammed Salah, the sensational Egyptian football star who shot to fame in 2017. When He joined Liverpool, playing on the English Premiership League. Mo Salah, as he is often called, has portrayed a positive image of the muslim faith in a time when the faith has come under serious attack.


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