Finalists for 2016 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians Announced.

Reputed rating establishment and Africa’s leading Media and Public Relations firm, Avance Media has announced the 50 finalists for the 2016 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians ranking.

The ranking which was launched last year had the Investigative journalist, AnasAremeyawAnas voted as the 2015 Most Influential Young Ghanaian.

After receiving nominations from the public during its nomination process, Avance Media chose 50 of the Most Influential Young people who are blazing trails in various categories introduced under the ranking.

Categories for the 2016 ranking include Business, Entertainment, Law & Governance, Lifeclass, Media, Personal Development & Academia, Science & Technology, Leadership & Civil Society, Social Enterprise & Philanthropy and Sports.

After public votes, winners will be announced according to their respective categories before the person voted as the Most Influential Young Ghana for 2016 will be announced.

Voting has commenced on gh.avancemedia.org and is opened to public till 2nd January 2017.

This initiative is meant to serve as a source of inspiration to young people around the world Avance Media leading the sharing of achievements of young people across Africa and the globe.

Below is the full list of the 2016 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians in their respective categories.

Business

  1. Beryl Agyekum (Echohouse Ghana Limited)
  2. John Armah (Orios Group)
  3. Mike Nyinaku (Beige Group)
  4. Randy OsaeBediako (Kharis Group)
  5. TonyiSenayah (Horseman Shoes)

Entertainment

  1. Abraham Attah (Actor)
  2. KwadwoNkansah (Actor)
  3. Sarkodie (Musician)
  4. Shatta Wale (Musician)
  5. Yvonne Nelson (Actress)

Lifeclass

  1. Ameyaw Debrah (Blogger)
  2. Claudia Lumor (Glitz Africa)
  3. Jerry Adjorlolo (MC)
  4. KobbyBlay (Blogger)
  5. Kwamena Hazel jnr. (Photographer)

Law & Governance

  1. Francis-Xavier Sosu (Lawyer)
  2. KowEssuman (Lawyer)
  3. Sammy Awuku (Politician)
  4. Samuel OkudzetoAblakwa (Politician)
  5. Zanetor Rawlings (Politician)

Media

  1. Berla Mundi (EIB Network)
  2. Bernard Avle (Citi FM)
  3. Gary Al-Smith (Multimedia Group)
  4. Jessica OpareSaforo (Citi FM)
  5. Nana Aba Anamoah (EIB Network)

Science & Technology

  1. AlloysiusAttah (Farmerline)
  2. Bright Simons (mPedigree)
  3. DerrydeanDadzie (DreamOval)
  4. Farida Bedwei (Logiciel)
  5. Nana OpokuPrempeh-Agyeman (Asoriba)

Personal Development & Academia

  1. Albert Kusi (LEC Foundation)
  2. Daniel Kwame Bediako (Valley View University)
  3. Jeremiah Buabeng (Buabeng Communications)
  4. Scofray Nana Yaw Yeboah (Zoweh Global Consult)
  5. Dr. William Okyere-Frempong (The HuD Group)

Leadership & Civil Society

  1. AnasAremeyawAnas (Investigative Journalist)
  2. Ernest Bediako (Words on the Street Global)
  3. Irbard Ibrahim (Security Consultant)
  4. Nana AkwasiAwuah (Occupy Ghana)
  5. Yawa Hansen Quao (Leading Ladies Network)

Sports

  1. AsamoahGyan (Footballer)
  2. Baba Rahman (Footballer)
  3. DedeAyew (Footballer)
  4. Isaac Dogboe (Boxer)
  5. Jeffrey Schllup (Footballer)

Social Entreprise& Philanthropy

  1. AtoUlzenAppiah (GhanaThink Foundation)
  2. ByriteAsamoah (Vodafone Healthline)
  3. KwabenaDanso (Booomers International)
  4. Regina Agyare (Soronko Foundation)
  5. William Senyo (Impact Hub Accra)

Avance Media is also successfully replicating the same ranking in Kenya, Nigeria, Cameroon and South Africa as they partner with various local and international organisations to honour young people across the continent.

The 2016 ranking is in partnership with Reputation Poll, Jagari Designs, CELMBD Africa, My Naija Naira, Just Elect, EOD Partners, Africa Youth Awards, Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, iCare Hub Africa, Global Skills Exchange, Core Foundation, Project Know Thyself International and Barcity Media.

Source: Avance Media



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