Former broadcaster Seanice Kacungira is a name that is recognized across Tanzanian (Clouds and East Africa FM) Kenyan (Capital FM) and Ugandan Media (Sanyu FM, WBS and NTV). Now Seanice Lojede by marriage she has since not just changed her name but career as well and succeeded at it.
At just 37 years old, the former broadcaster notoriously known for working ’16 hours a day’ has been recognized by Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government and Titans. This happened on the 23rd August 2019 in an award ceremony that took place at the Hilton Sandton, in Johannesburg- South Africa. The mother of two who is married to Fabian Adeoye Lojede , couldn’t hide her excitement after winning the award. She said, “It feels surreal to be recogn
ized, this means so much to me, but at my core I’m really just about the work and pursuing the highest level of excellence for myself and those I have the privilege to work with.
Seanice was awarded in the category of Business and Professional Services
The awards are the leading African recognition programme honoring excellence in the private and public sector. The programme covers 23 economic sectors and has for the past nineteen years independently recognized those leaders who are at the pinnacle of their industry.
“Nominees undergo a rigorous multi-tiered judging process,” says Annelize Wepener, Chief Executive, of CEO Global. “The highest possible standard is maintained throughout the judging. Those individuals whom have been recognized as winners in their field can be assured that they have truly excelled.”
Seanice, who has set up what can be termed Africa’s first Indigenous female run Pan African Digital Agency with physical offices in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, Blu Flamingo Digital Africa, is also the Founder of the Digi-Con Academy.