TFAA celebrates young people between the ages of 18 and 31, who have made outstanding achievements in the year under consideration.

The awards celebrate young people between the ages of 18 and 31, who have made outstanding achievements in the year under consideration. Forbes has described the awards as “Most important awards for outstanding young Africans”. The awards were conceived by Chude Jideonwo and Adebola Williams in 2004. The first edition of The Future Awards Africa ceremony held on February 6, 2006.

To nominate Wilson Atumeyi for The Future Award 2021, kindly follow the steps below.

  1. Google Wilson Atumeyi and read more about his works.
  2. if satisfied and you think he is deserving of the Award, click here TFA website to nominate him.
  • Category: Prize for Activism
  • Date of birth: 31/12/1992
  • Location: Abuja
  • Email:
  • Phone: +2348063299448
  • Accomplishment: – “Successfully tracked over 100 million Naira for water projects in rural communities.
    – Reached over 1000 school boys and girls to educate them on sexual and gender-based violence.
    – Distributed menstrual hygiene materials to 500 schoolgirls and thought them menstrual hygiene management.
    – Built the capacity of 300 young Nigerians on Budget Analysis and project tracking
    – Reached over 100 Nigerians and built their capacity on the usage and provisions of the Freedom of information Act.
    – Built the capacity of 300 Nigerians on UNICEF’s creating innovative solutions to End Open Defecation Hackathon.
    – Currently advocating for the rehabilitation of water facilities across 4 communities in Nigeria” (Verify online before you paste them)
  • Significance/impact of nominees’ service in Nigeria: This is for you the say
  • Nominees profile including age and location: “Wilson Atumeyi, 29, is a sociologist and an anti-corruption activist based in Abuja,  He is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Water With Development (WaterWide), a non-profit organisation that solve water sanitation and hygiene-related issues, tracks government spending and international aid for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) to ensure transparency, accountability and the proper implementation and completion of WASH projects in marginalised and rural communities in Nigeria and improving the living condition of Nigerians through targeted capacity building, advocacy, multidimensional engagement, and social mobilisation.He won the category of Advocate of the Year 2020 (Africa Youth Award), He was named amongst the Top 20 activists in Nigeria in 2020 (The Lead Nigeria), 100 most influential Nigerian 2020 (Africa Youth Award) and was nominated for Prize for Activism 2020 (The Future Awards), Wilson was involved in several advocacy campaigns that led to policy changes in Nigeria including a marginal increase for health in 2018 budget, Not Too Young to Run and Disability Rights Law. He is currently active in the advocacy for Universal Basic Education ACT and Child Rights Act amongst others.  To promote transparency, accountability and citizens engagement in governance, he Builds the capacity of young Nigerians on the Freedom of Information Act (FoI) and the use of technology to amplify issues. Wilson is also an advocate for women and girls rights.  He advocates policies that would curb Gender-based Violence(GBV) in Nigeria. He was selected by YouthHub Africa to lead the media and publicity department of the women and girls rights defenders (Abuja Network).”