Avance Media Announces Its Annual List of 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians for 2022
Avance Media, a leading African media and PR company, has recently released its annual list of 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians for 2022. This prestigious list recognises young Ghanaians under the age of 40 who are making a significant impact in their respective industries and communities.
This year’s list features young people from various fields, including media, business, leadership, governance, and entertainment. Among the honorees are media personalities like Serwaa Amihere, Lexis Bill & Doreen Avio, business leaders like Abdul Karim Abdullah & Kennedy Agyapong Jnr, political figures like Hon, Samuel George & Sammy Gyamfi and entertainment icons like Stonebwoy, Camidoh, Kidi, Sarkodie & Wendy Shay.
The selection process was rigorous, and the honorees were chosen based on their achievements, impact, and contribution to society. Avance Media’s goal in publishing the list is to recognise the work of young Ghanaians who are making a difference and inspiring others to do the same.
In a statement, Prince Akpah, the Founder and Managing Director of Avance Media expressed his excitement about this year’s list, saying, “We are thrilled to announce the 2022 edition of the 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians. It is inspiring to see so many young people making a significant impact in their communities and industries. We hope their stories will motivate others to pursue their dreams and make a difference.”
The list has become a prestigious accolade in Ghana, with previous honorees going on to achieve greater success in their respective fields. Avance Media’s commitment to recognizing and celebrating the achievements of young Ghanaians is a testament to their belief in the power of youth and their potential to drive positive change in the country.
Among the honorees are media personalities, business leaders, political figures, and entertainment icons. The honorees have made a significant impact in their respective fields and have contributed to the growth and development of Ghana. The list includes people like Abdul Karim Abdullah, the Co-Founder of AfroFuture (Afrochella), Berla Mundi, an On-Air Personality at TV3, and Samuel Nartey George, an MP for Ningo Prampram.
The list also recognises young musicians who are making a significant impact on the Ghanaian music industry, including Black Sherif, Gyakie, Kidi, Sarkodie, and Stonebwoy.
The 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians for 2022 list is an inspiration to the youth of Ghana. It shows that young people can make a difference and contribute to the growth and development of the country. The honorees are an inspiration to other young people in Ghana, and their achievements should motivate others to pursue their dreams and make a positive impact on their communities.
In conclusion, Avance Media’s annual list of 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians is a testament to the power of youth and the potential for positive change in the country. The honorees have made a significant impact in their respective industries and communities, and their achievements are an inspiration to other young Ghanaians. Avance Media’s commitment to recognizing and celebrating the achievements of young Ghanaians is commendable and should be emulated by other organisations in the country.
Here are the top 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians in Ghana:
Below is the full list of Avance Media’s 2022 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians arranged in alphabetical order.
- Abdul Karim Abdullah || Co-Founder, AfroFture (Afrochella).
- Abubakar Fatimatu (Hon) || Deputy Minister for Information.
- Alhaji Salamu Amadu || Afro Arab Group.
- Amoaning Samuel (Entamoty) || YouTuber & Entamoty Media.
- Anthony Dzamefe || Caveman Watches.
- Berla Mundi || On-Air Personality, TV3.
- Beryl Agyekum-Ayaaba || Echohouse.
- Black Sherif || Musician.
- Brian Amoateng (Rev) || IYES Summit.
- Caleb Kudah || Journalist, CITI TV/FM.
- Camidoh || Musician.
- DanceGod Lloyd || Dancer.
- Daniel Boifio Junior || DJB Empire.
- Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo || President, NUGS.
- Doreen Avio || On-Air Personality, Hitz FM.
- Elvis Agyemang (Rev) || Founder, Alpha Hour.
- Eno Barony || Musician.
- Francisca Oteng Mensah (Hon) || MP & Deputy Minister.
- Gary Al-Smith || Sports Journalist, Joy FM & Joy News.
- Giovani Caleb || On-Air Personality, TV3.
- Gyakie || Musician.
- Ibrahim Mahama || Artist.
- Incredible Zigi || Dancer.
- James Annor (Nana Tea) || Online Influencer.
- Jorge Appiah || CEO, Solar Taxi.
- Joshua Buernortey Boye-Doe (KalyJay) || Online Infleuncer.
- Kennedy Agyapong Jnr || Co-Founder, AfroFuture (Afrochella).
- Kidi || Musician.
- Kobby Kyei || Blogger.
- Kojo Soboh || CEO, EMY Africa.
- Kudus Mohammed || Footballer, Ajax FC.
- Kwadwo Sheldon || YouTuber.
- Lexis Bill || On-Air Personality, Joy FM.
- Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku || On-Air Personality, Asaase Radio.
- OB Amponsah || Comedian.
- Peace Hyde || Journalist, Forbes Africa.
- Portia Gabor || Journalist & News Anchor, TV3.
- Saddick Adams || Sports Journalist, Angel FM/TV.
- Samuel Nartey George (Hon) || MP, Ningo Prampram.
- Sammy Gyamfi || National Communications Officer, NDC.
- Sarkodie || Musician.
- Serwaa Amihere || On-Air Personality, GHOne TV.
- Stonebwoy || Musician.
- Thomas Partey || Footballer, Arsenal.
- Umaru Sanda Amadu || Journalist, CITI FM/TV.
- Victoria Michaels || Model & Philanthropist.
- Wendy Shay || Musician.
- Wode Maya || YouTuber.
- Yvonne Nelson || Actress & Producer.
- ZionFelix || YouTuber