Kofi Kinaata Casted A Ballot 2019 Most Influential Young Ghanaian
Rapper and Songwriter, Martin King Arthur, prevalently known as Kofi Kinaata, has been casted a ballot the 2019 Most Influential Young Ghanaian in the fifth yearly positioning survey composed by driving PR and Rating firm, Avance Media.
The positioning which praises youngsters yearly highlights 50 motivating change-producers and pioneers making incredible walks in different ventures as business visionaries, performers, activists, media characters, community workers and government officials.
Kofi Kinaata, who serves as the UN-IOM Ghana Goodwill Ambassador, checked significant accomplishments in 2019 by facilitating his yearly “Made in Taadi Concert and Youth Seminar” which turned into the biggest show facilitated out of the capital, Accra, in December 2019. The arrival of his melody, “Things Fall Apart” was an icing in the cake and it earned him sterling recognitions from industry specialists and music sweethearts for his astounding songwriting abilities.
In the acutely challenged survey, Media General’s Berla Mundi, who was first sprinter up on the primary positioning, was likewise casted a ballot the ‘Most Influential Female’ too the ‘Most Influential Media Personality’ in Ghana for 2019.
Atletico Madrid’s, Thomas Partey, Dancehall and Reggae artiste, Stonebwoy and National Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress, Sammy Gyamfi, followed up near make up the ‘Best 5 Most Influential Young Ghanaians’ for 2019.
The positioning, which was propelled in 2015 by Avance Media, has been won by Anas Aremeyaw Anas (2025 and 2016), Kow Essuman (2017) and Prophet Daniel Amoateng (2018).
As per Managing Director of Avance Media, Prince Akpah, Kofi Kinaata and the victors in the positioning survey will be perceived at the main release of the ‘Avance Media Dialogs’ which will be facilitated in Accra.
Profiles of all honourees are distributed on www.avancemedia.org/2019miyg
Below are winners in the various categories:
1. Entertainment – Kofi Kinaata [Musician] 2. Business – Awura Abena Agyeman [CEO, Wear Ghana] 3. Law & Governance – Sammy Gyamfi [NCO, National Democratic Congress] 4. Leadership & Civil Society – Akosua Asaa Manu [Deputy CEO, National Youth Authority] 5. Lifestyle – Kwadwo Sheldon [Social Media Influencer] 6. Personal Development & Academia – Kabu Nartey [Student, Ghana Institute of Journalism] 7. Media – Berla Mundi [On Air Personality, Media General] 8. Science & Technology – Ivy Barley [CEO, Developers in Vogue] 9. Social Enterprise & Philanthropy – Hikmat Baba Dua [CEO, League of Young Female Leaders] 10. Sports – Thomas Partey [Footballer, Atlético Madrid]
Below is the list of Avance Media’s 2019 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians
1. Kofi Kinaata (Musician)
2. Stonebwoy (Musician)
3. Thomas Partey (Footballer, Atlético Madrid)
4. Berla Mundi (OAP, Media General)
5. Sammy Gyamfi (NCO, National Democratic Congress)
6. Awura Abena Agyeman (CEO, WearGhana)
7. Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (Minister, Ministry for Information)
8. Akosua Asaa Manu (Deputy CEO, National Youth Authority)
9. Kwadwo Sheldon (Social Media Influencer)
10. John Dumelo (Parliamentary Candidate, National Democratic Congress)
11. Ivy Barley (CEO, Developers in Vogue)
12. Anthony Dzamefe (CEO, Caveman Watches)
13. Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor (Social Commentator, Loud Silence Media)
14. Kabu Nartey (Student, Ghana Institute of Journalism)
15. Hikmat Baba Dua (CEO, League of Young Female Leaders)
16. Ewura Adjoa Ahimah Nunoo (Dr) (Medical Doctor, Swan Clinic)
17. DJ Vyrusky (Disc Jockey)
18. Mabel Suglo (CEO, Dignified Wear)
19. Jordan Ayew (Footballer, Crystal Palace)
20. Serwaa Amihere (On Air Personality, GhOne TV)
21. Andre Ayew (Footballer, Swansea City)
22. Patrick Stephenson (Head of Research, IMANI Centre for Policy and Education)
23. Derek Nii Laryea (Head of Research and Communications, Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications)
24. Derick Omari (CEO, Tech Era Ghana)
25. Dancegod Lloyd (Dancer)
26. Manasseh Azure Awuni (Freelance Journalist)
27. Rose Dodd (Lecturer, Ashesi University)
28. Foster Awintiti Akugri (President, Hacklab Foundation)
29. Nana Akua Ankomah-Asare (Managing Director, Primetime Ltd)
30. Gregory Rockson (CEO, mPharma)
31. Rashida Saani Nasamu (CEO, I-ZAR Group)
32. Kwaku Bediako (Fashion Designer)
33. Richard Brandt (CEO, Codetrain)
34. Prince Agbata (CEO, Coliba)
35. GuiltyBeatz (Music Producer)
36. Simon W. Alangde (CEO, Wineloya Digital)
37. Cynthia Ofori-Dwumfuo (Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Hollard Ghana)
38. MacCarthy Mac-Gbathy (CEO, Hopin Academy)
39. Mubarak Wakaso (Footballer, Deportivo Alavés)
40. Sangu Delle (CEO, Africa Health Holdings)
41. Elizabeth Addo (Footballer, Jiangsu Suning)
42. Kuami Eugene (Musician)
43. Kenneth Gyamerah (Education Advocate)
44. Kwesi Arthur (Musician)
45. Hon Francisca Oteng-Mensah (Member of Parliament, Kwabre East Constituency)
46. Marcia Ashong (CEO, The Boardroom Africa)
47. Sally Akua Amoakowaa Mensah (General Manager, Angel TV)
48. Becca (Musician)
49. Kofi Tonto (Head of Information and Public Affairs, Embassy of Ghana in United States)
The positioning is initiated by Avance Media in organization with Reset Global People, VIPI State, Jagari Designs, Surge Studios, WatsUp TV, Asuavo Security and Cliq Africa.
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