2015 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians Rankings Released In Categories

By Avance Media

By popular request from the public on how the 2015 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians faired in their various categories, Avance Media, the organisers have deiced to publish the various categories of the ranking to reveal the positions every individual was placed in their respective categories.

Various measures used in selecting the individuals in the list included criteria which was opened to the public for jurisdiction during the open voting period.


  1. A nominee must be a Ghanaian
  2. A nominee must be between 15 to 40 years
  3. A Nominee must have at least 2 years of Active Service
  4. A nominee must have a public evidence of Outstanding Impact
  5. A nominee’s work must be motivating to equip other young people with Inspiration.

Voters were also given the opportunity to renominate their favourite young Ghanaians who deserved to be on the list which Ghanaian’s never bothered to consider an option in voicing out their grievances formally

After the voting poll was closed on the 20th of December, 6500 Ghanaians out of 10,000 visitors from over 90 countries participated in deciding the various position putting into consideration an Impact Asses Research by Agape Research Center.

Below are the 2015 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaian based on categories.


  1. Anas Aremeyaw Anas
  2. Nathaniel Anokye Adisi (Bola Ray)
  3. Bernard Avle
  4. Manasseh Azure
  5. Mabel Aku Baneseh


  1. Dede Ayew
  2. Gary Al-Smith
  3. Martha Bissa
  4. Mercy Myles
  5. Erasmus Kwaw

Governance and Leadership

  1. Francis-Xavier Sosu
  2. Franklin Cudjoe
  3. Sarah Adwoa Safo
  4. Prosper Hoetu


  1. Farida Bedwei
  2. Alloysius Attah
  3. Kwadwo Safo Jnr
  4. Maximus Ametorgoh
  5. Derrydean Dadzie

CSO & Philanthropy

  1. Asamoah Gyan
  2. Sara Nana Yeboah
  3. Ato Ulzen Appiah
  4. Elizabeth Patterson
  5. Juliet Ibrahim

Personal Development and Coaching

  1. Dr. Naomi Adjepong
  2. Edem Adzaho
  3. Scofray Nana Yaw Yeboah
  4. Jeremiah Buabeng
  5. Bernard Kevin Clive
  6. Emmanuel Woyome


  1. Tonyi Senayah
  2. Dr. Randy Osae Bediako
  3. Nana Bediako Kwame
  4. Kafui Adzah
  5. Israella Kafui Mansu

Business Development

  1. Albert Kusi
  2. John Armah
  3. Petra Aba Asamoah
  4. Ekow Mensah
  5. Alain Gbeasor


  1. Dr. William Okyere Frimpong
  2. Dr. Byrite Asamoah
  3. Kobby Blay
  4. Bright Simons
  5. Raindolf Owusu

Arts and Entertainment

  1. John Dumelo
  2. Shirley Frimpong Manso
  3. Rebecca Acheampong (Becca)
  4. Nana Asaase
  5. Peace Hyde

The 2015 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians was led by Avance Media in partnership with Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, Synergy for Success Ghana, Kanea Multimedia, Agape Research Enter, Synergy Events, impactshapers.com, CliqAfrica and Kobby Webs Technology.