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Caroline Adzogble; don't nominate me if there is no payment attached to the award.

When it comes to recognizing hardworking people around the world, Africa may have the most awarding organizations. Unfortunately, the bulk of these awarders simply give their nominees diseases and call it a day. Despite the fact that their programs have a lot of support and endorsement from others, they never pay the nominees any money.

The African youngest lady accredited university owner is warning the award organizer because of her disappointment. Caroline Group's founder and CEO has warned numerous award houses not to endorse her if the award does not come with a monetary prize. She took to her social media pages to send the warning to them to stop nominating her for award with no payment.

Caroline Esinam Adzogble born 13 January 1992 is a Ghanaian educationist and education entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Caroline Group, an educational services business from Ghana, West Africa, with expanding business operations in several countries in Africa, Europe and North America. She is the youngest African and Ghanaian woman to own and run an accredited international college.

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