Avance Media Announces 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians For the Year 2020.


Ghana’s leading PR and rating firm Avance media as part of its annual program to celebrate and honour Ghana’s most hardworking youth has published its sixth edition of the annual 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians ranking.

With the aim of revealing the most hard-working youth the list features individual who achieved unparalleled success and made significant impact amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. To be all inclusive, the ranking features individuals from various professional background and industries. Such as Law & Governance, Business , Social Enterprise & Philanthropy, Sports, Media, and Entertainment among others.

Emmanuel Asieme Ayine, head of operations of Avance Media, mentioned that unlike previous years where the ranking is based on the number of public votes, this year the qualified individuals are listed in an alphabetical order without public votes.

He also noted that, the ranking of influential young Ghanaians continues to serve as an inspiration for all young people as they pursue excellence in their various professions.

Below is the list of Avance Media’s 2020 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians arranged in alphabetical order.

  1. Akosua Manu

2. Alfred Ocansey

3. Anthony Dzamefe

4. Berla Mundi

5. Bright Simons

6. Clemento Suarez

7. Dancegod Lloyd

8. Daniel Dotse

9. Diana Hamilton

10. Edem Agbana

11. Elijah Amoo Addo

12. Emmaline Datey

13. Emmanuel Ohene Kofi Bilson

14. Enock Darko

15. Felix Adomako Mensah

16. Francis Abban

17. Gregory Rockson

18. Henry Nana Boakye

19. Isaac Aidoo

20. Isaac Jay Hyde

21. Jessica Poku

22. John Dumelo

23. Jonathan Mensah

24. Jordan Ayew

25. Jorge Appiah

26. Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor

27. Kidi

28. Kobby Blay

29. Kow Essuman

30. Kuami Eugene

31. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jr.

32. Kwadwo Sheldon

33. Laud Anthony Basing

34. Makafui Awuku

35. Medikal

36. Nana Gyasi Owusu

37. Peace Hyde

38. Peter Awin

39. Rabiu Alhassan

40. Sammy Gyamfi

41. Samuel Awuku

42. Samuel Nartey George

43. Serwaa Amihere

44. Sista Afia

45. Stonebwoy

46. Theophilus Acheampong

47. Thomas Partey

48. Victoria Michaels

49. Wendy Shay

50. Yanfo Hackman

Official Ranking Based on Categories

LAW & GOVERNANCE

  1. Akosua Manu
  2. Edem Agbana
  3. Henry Nana Boakye
  4. John Dumelo
  5. Kow Essuman
  6. Sammy Gyamfi
  7. Samuel Awuku
  8. Samuel Nartey George

BUSINESS

  1. Anthony Dzamefe
  2. Gregory Rockson
  3. Jessica Poku
  4. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jr.
  5. Yanfo Hackman

ENTERTAINMENT

  1. Diana Hamilton
  2. Enock Darko
  3. Kidi
  4. Kuami Eugene
  5. Medikal
  6. Sista Afia
  7. Stonebwoy
  8. Wendy Shay

SOCIAL ENTREPRISE & PHILANTHROPY

  1. Elijah Amoo Addo
  2. Makafui Awuku
  3. Victoria Michaels

SPORTS

  1. Jonathan Mensah
  2. Jordan Ayew
  3. Thomas Partey

MEDIA

  1. Alfred Ocansey
  2. Berla Mundi
  3. Francis Abban
  4. Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor
  5. Peace Hyde
  6. Serwaa Amihere

LIFESTYLE

  1. Clemento Suarez
  2. Dancegod Lloyd
  3. Emmanuel Ohene Kofi Bilson
  4. Felix Adomako Mensah
  5. Isaac Aidoo
  6. Kwadwo Sheldon
  7. Nana Gyasi Owusu

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  1. Jorge Appiah
  2. Kobby Blay
  3. Laud Anthony Basing
  4. Peter Awin

LEADERSHIP & CIVIL SOCIETY

  1. Bright Simons
  2. Rabiu Alhassan
  3. Theophilus Acheampong

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & ACADEMIA

  1. Daniel Dotse
  2. Emmaline Datey
  3. Isaac Jay Hyde

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