You have been nominated as 'Influencer of the Year' award under the Platform Based Category of the 2014 Social Media Awards Africa.
After rigorous evaluation and preliminary background checks, it is our pleasure to inform you that you have advanced to the next phase of the awards judging process- voting. The voting window will be open from Tuesday November 18, 2014 till Friday November 28, 2014 at www.smaafrica.com/vote
To accept your nomination and participate in the voting stage, kindly click here to fill the nomination acceptance form. Please note that voting accounts for only fifty (50) percent of cumulative scores for this round. The Jury's evaluation accounts for the other fifty (50) percent based on five (5) criteria; Influence, Originality, Creativity, Scalability and Impact.
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START VOTING!! This is not a popularity contest, you need to put in mind all what I do on social media.
“She could reach an audience that myself as a police officer and us as a police service were having challenges to reach,”said Constable Scott Mills, who works in social media for Toronto Police Service. “[But] she definitely made a lot of noise, which at times caused some stress. Sometimes, as a cop, in order to keep the streets safe, you have to dance with the wolves. I don’t want to call Kemi a wolf, because I think she has a good heart. But at the same time, not only in Toronto but in other jurisdictions, we have solved some major incidents because of her work.”... The Globe and Mail Canada's National newspaper 8/27/12
My Social media assets listed below:https://www.facebook.com/HNNAfrica/photos/a.405468026207679.98121.405398802881268/738315189589626/?type=1&theater
VOTE HERE AND CLICK SHARE: http://www.smaafrica.com/vote/influencer-of-the-year/
YOU HAVE TO VOTE!! #Kenya is winning so far. Give it to Nigeria. Thanks everyone. I spend 22/24 hours online making a living, volunteering and changing lives without a budget or staff.