Avance Media, a renowned African media and public relations firm, has released its annual list of the 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians in 2022.
The list honors young adults under the age of 40 who are making major contributions to their industries and communities.
This year’s list includes young people from many industries such as media, business, leadership, governance, and entertainment.
The honorees were chosen after a thorough selection process based on their achievements, impact, and services to society.
The purpose of Avance Media in producing the list is to recognize the work of young Ghanaians making a difference and to inspire others to do the same.
“We are happy to announce the 2022 edition of the 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians, It is encouraging to see so many young people making a positive difference in their communities and industry.
We hope that their tales will inspire others to follow their aspirations and make a difference”, said Prince Akpah, the Founder and Managing Director of Avance Media, in a statement.
The list has become a significant honor in Ghana, with former recipients going on to achieve greater success in their particular industries.
Avance Media’s dedication to recognizing and honoring the achievements of young Ghanaians demonstrates their trust in the power of youth and their potential to promote positive change in the country.
The full list of Avance Media’s 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians in 2022 is listed below in alphabetical order.
1. Abdul Karim Abdullah – Co-Founder, AfroFuture ( Afrochella)
2. Abubakar Fatimatu (Hon) – Deputy Minister for Information
3. Alhaji Salamu Amadu – Afro Arab Group
4. Amoaning Samuel (Entamoty) – YouTuber & Entamoty Media
5. Anthony Dzamefe – Entrepreneur (Caveman Watches)
6. Berla Mundi – On-Air Personality, TV3
7. Beryl Agyekum-Ayaaba – Echohouse
8. Black Sherif – Musician
9. Brian Amoateng (Rev) – IYES Summit
10. Caleb Kudah – Journalist, CITI TV/FM
11. Camidoh – Musician
12. DanceGod Lloyd – Dancer
13. Daniel Boifio Junior – DJB Empire
14. Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo – President, NUGS
15. Doreen Avio – On-Air Personality, Hitz FM
16. Elvis Agyemang (Rev) – Founder, Alpha Hour
17. Eno Barony – Musician
18. Francisca Oteng Mensah (Hon) – MP & Deputy Minister
19. Gary Al-Smith – Sports Journalist, Joy FM & Joy News
20. Giovani Caleb – On-Air Personality, TV3
21. Gyakie – Musician
22. Ibrahim Mahama – Artists
23. Incredible Zigi – Dancer
24. James Annor (Nana Tea) – Online Influencer
25. Jorge Appiah – CEO, Solar Taxi
26. Joshua Buernortey Boye-Doe (KalyJay) – Online Infleuncer
27. Kennedy Agyapong Jnr – Co-Founder, AfroFuture (Afrochella)
28. Kidi – Musician
29. Kobby Kyei – Blogger
30. Kojo Soboh – CEO, EMY Africa
31. Kudus Mohammed – Footballer, Ajax FC
32. Kwadwo Sheldon – YouTuber
33. Lexis Bill – On-Air Personality, Joy FM
34. Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku – On-Air Personality, Asaase Radio
35. OB Amponsah – Comedian
36. Peace Hyde – Journalist, Forbes Africa
37. Portia Gabor – Journalist & News Anchor, TV3
38. Saddick Adams – Sports Journalist, Angel FM/TV
39. Samuel Nartey George (Hon) – MP, Ningo Prampram
40. Sammy Gyamfi – National Communications Officer, NDC
41. Sarkodie – Musician
42. Serwaa Amihere – On-Air Personality, GHOne TV
43. Stonebwoy – Musician
44. Thomas Partey – Footballer, Arsenal
45. Umaru Sanda Amadu – Journalist, CITI FM/TV
46. Victoria Michaels – Model & Philanthropist
47. Wendy Shay – Musician
48. Wode Maya – YouTuber
49. Yvonne Nelson – Actress & Producer
50. ZionFelix – YouTuber & Blogger
Sources: Avance Media