This year is endorsement year for Nigerian born Hollywood actor as he bags another appointment to be the new Ambassador for Africa 2.0 from 2014 to 2016.
Africa 2.0 is a Pan-African civil society organization that consists of young and emerging leaders from Africa and the diaspora who share a collective vision for Africa to carrying out sustainable solutions that will aid the development of the continent. It is an organization that brings together some of the most accomplished young Africans from the highest ranking international, pan-African and national organizations operating on the continent today.
Some of its members consists of Afica’s bigwigs such as H.E Joaquim Kissano- former president of Mozambique, Hon Olusegun Obasanjo who is the current Chairman Africa and Reverend Jesse Jackson amongst many others.
With the organisation founded in 2010, Africa2.0 is composed of 450 plus young African leaders from more than 41 nationalities sharing a collective vision for Africa. Members are devoted to the growth of the continent through effective initiatives.
The new appointed ambassador Hakeem Kae Kazim expressed his joy to be on board: “I am truly honoured to be associated with Africa 2.0- a pioneering platform for a new generation of African leaders to inspire & create a solid infrastructure to shape a brighter future for our Continent”
Kazim is best known for his portrayal of Georges Rutaganda in the 2004 motion picture Hotel Rwanda. He also starred as Colonel Iké Dubaku in season 7 of the Fox television series 24 and the TV film Tie-in 24: Redemption.
Kazim ‘s new role will see him participate in AFRICA 2.0’s global campaigns spanning across its 29 chapter countries.
Congratulations to the renowned actor!by