Muzvare Betty Makoni In Final Two for The Prestigious Afrikan Goddess Award

Only two finalists are for the Prestigious Afrikan Goddess Award . Muzvare Betty Makoni, a native Zimbabwean  and Floriane Robins-Brown Nibakure Children’s Village are the two finalists vying for the prestigious award.

Voting is open until Friday, January 27, 2012 at midnight. The winner will be announced on Monday, January 30. Vote Muzvare Betty Makoni here and by so doing you are voting the girls she supports.

Three months ago,  Afrikan Goddess Award Founder member Amma Twum-Baah began a  journey to find the goddess of the year 2012.

Afrikan Goddess Media is the home of Afrikan Goddess Magazine, Afrikan Goddess Awards and Afrikan Goddess Publishing. All three brands under Afrikan Goddess Media exist to celebrate the lifestyle, achievements, issues and events that shape the lives of African women across the globe.

From over 20 women  they selected 14.  They  trimmed 14 down to 10, and from 10  they found 5. Today,  they have 2 finalists and Muzvare Betty Makoni of Girl Child Network Worldwide ( says she feels honored to be amongst women who have achieved so much.

ViewMuzvare  Betty Makoni`s video here to learn more about her work

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5 thoughts on “Muzvare Betty Makoni In Final Two for The Prestigious Afrikan Goddess Award”

  1. Go Betty girls in Sierra Leone are with you. you are a Godness for your credible work with girls worldwide.

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