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Afrobloggers Recognition Award

In Africa we having a saying, ‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.’ … Ponder what it would be like if we went together. Not alone and fast but together and far.
— Robin Jones Gunn

It is with great passion that we seek to enable bloggers of African heritage to reach a wider audience. To enhance connection and raise awareness among African bloggers it is with pleasure that we introduce the AfroBloggers Recognition Award.
afrobloggers award

Here are the guidelines on how this award works:

  1. Once you are nominated, make a post titled CELEBRATING AFRICA WITH AFROBLOGGERS.
  2. Your post should share a brief on Afrobloggers and the work they are doing. Also thank and link  the person who nominated you.
  3. Celebrate Africa in the way you feel is more appropriate and in line with your blog”s overall theme.
  4. Nominate 5 -10 other bloggers who you feel are worthy of this award. Let them know they have been nominated by commenting on one of their posts. You can also nominate the person who nominated you.
  5. Ensure all of these bloggers of African heritage.
  6. Lastly, COPY these rules in the post and include the link to this original post

To kick-start this award we wish to express great appreciation to the bloggers who took part in our #GuestBlogger session on twitter. These are our nominations in no particular order:

  1. Life Through Disability Lens
  2. Ricky In Real Life
  3. The Way Out Community
  4. Becoming The muse
  5. Kandi’s Notes
  6. Signature Toscie
  7. Ferventexpressions
  8. Beta Tinz
  9. Afrolutionist
  10. IamThezuba
  11. TruthBySirDouglas
  12. Le Critique by Kempson Flint
  13. FeelingsStation

11 thoughts on “Afrobloggers Recognition Award”

  1. Can I dance around a huge bonfire chanting:
    Mlilo Mlilo uyachisa Chauke Xinyori Xahumba
    wakanga nzela ribwe.
    xikoveleeeeeeee xigombeeeeeeeeee!!!!!…….
    Thank you for the nomination
    PS I have no idea what most of that means (or even if I spelt it correctly) but my grandfather made me recite it growing up.

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