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Nghikembua , Mnyupe ranked among top African economic leaders

Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia's (CRAN) Chief Executive Officer, Emilia Nghikembua and Presidential Economic Advisor, James Mnyupe have been ranked among the top 100 African economic leaders in Choiseul’s 2022 ranking.

The Choiseul 100 Africa is an independent annual study that identifies and ranks the most promising young African leaders 40-years-old and under expected to play a major role in the continent’s economic development in the near future.

The study takes specific criteria into account to rank the selected profiles. Image and reputation, power and function, influence and networks, potential, and leadership are among the considered skills.

The total score obtained in the different categories determines the position of each laureate in the final ranking. Profiles with less than 10% in any of the categories are eliminated.

The Choiseul Institute, which bills itself as dedicated to the development of business opportunities in Africa, explores and assesses trends in the African business environment.

The institute also organizes events that bring together some of the most influential decision-makers in Africa and Europe including corporate leaders, international funders, heads of state, and business community representatives.

Nghikembua and Mnyupe were ranked 80th and 100th respectively.

 

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Last modified on Tuesday, 04 October 2022 13:50

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