9mobile Bags Prize for Innovation at SERAs
Telecoms service provider, 9mobile has once again been rewarded for its great deed in making a positive impact in the society.
The company has been recognised for its innovation in driving initiatives that solve critical societal challenges at the 16th edition of the Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Responsibility Awards (SERAs).
Recall last year, 9Mobile also won the same award for powering the Bichi Emirate Digital Skills Project, an initiative that empowered youths in the Bichi emirate area council of Kano state with the requisite digital skills needed to compete effectively on the global scene.
The telecom company was awarded the ‘Deborah Leipziger Africa Prize’ for Innovation for consistently initiating projects that impact the beneficiaries and society.
The Deborah Leipziger Africa Prize for Innovation is a pan-African recognition for innovation that addresses crucial problems in society in a sustainable way.
However, the award was based on the 9mobile Future CEO initiative for secondary school students, aimed at inspiring future leaders by stirring up their interest in business and leadership. The initiative provides promising future leaders the opportunity to walk in the shoes of senior business leaders.
PR Lead, 9mobile, Chineze Amanfo, commended the award organisers for the recognition, stating that it is a well-deserved recognition of service to the brand for its consistency.
She said: “At 9mobile, we are glad that our sustained efforts in the past eleven months are attracting attention and recognition from reputable organisations like the SERAS. Our initiatives and projects are designed to impact society, particularly in education and youth empowerment.”
“What we are doing with the 9mobile Future-CEO initiative is to help build students’ morale, confidence, and leadership capacity in preparation for the future. This award will undoubtedly motivate us as a company to intensify our efforts in executing projects that will have long-lasting impacts on society through well-thought-out CSR interventions”