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Lydia Forson up for “Best Actress in a Leading Role” @ AMAA 2017

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For her role in Peter Sedufia’s Keteke, Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has secured for herself a nomination at the 2017 Africa Movie Academy Awards  (AMAA) for the prize of Best Actress in a Leading Role.

She contests respected counterparts from across the continent as Vero Tshanda, Lupita Nyong’o, Bimbo Akintola, Josette Bushell-Mingo, Rita Dominic, Khabonina Quebec, and Zimkhitha Nyoka.

An OldFilm production, Ketete was also nominated in the Best Comedy and Costume Design categories at the awards, and also stars esteemed Ghanaian faces Adjetey Anang, Fred Amugu among others.

Also a writer, producer, and activist, Lydia Forson is also popular for her roles in She’s perhaps best-known for her roles in Perfect Picture (2009) – Supporting Role A Sting in a Tale (2009) Masquerades (2011), Phone Swap (2012), Kamara’s Tree (2013) South African series “Scandal” (2013), and A Letter From Adam (2014).

 

See the full list of nominees at AMAA 2017:

1. EFERE OZAKO AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM

Bout – Nigeria
On Monday Last Week – Ghana/USA
A Place for Myself – Rwanda
Silence – Nigeria
Kieza – Angola
Yemoja: Rise of the Orisa- Nigeria/UK
Marabout – Senegal
A Place in the Plane – Senegal

2. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST ANIMATION

Black Barbie – Ghana
Got Flowers – Nigeria
Gyrow – Nigeria
Pull – Nigeria

3. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY

1, Legacy Of The Hills – Mali
2. Makoko: Future Afloat – Nigeria
3. House in the Field – Morocco
4. Vivre Riche – Cote D’Ivoire
5. House of Nwapa – Nigeria
6. Mama Colonel – DRC
7. The African Who Wanted To Fly – Gabon
8. La Colere Dans Le Vent (Anger in the Wind) – Niger
4. OUSMANE SEMBENE AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST FILM IN AN AFRICAN LANGUAGE

1. Logun Ofe – Nigeria
2. Call Me Thief – South Africa
3. Félicité – Senegal
4. Vaya – South Africa

5. MICHAEL ANYIAM OSIGWE AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST FILM BY AN AFRICAN LIVING ABROAD:

1. Saving Dreams – Nigeria/Canada
2. While We Live – Burkina Faso/Sweden
3. Theory of Conflict- Nigeria/USA
4. A Mile in My Shoes – Morocco/Canada
5. Hell’s Fury- Nigeria/USA

6. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST DIASPORA SHORT

1. Kbela – Brazil
2. Ca$h Out – USA
3. The Tale of Four – Curacao
4. 90 Days – USA

7. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST DIASPORA DOCUMENTARY

1. I Am Not Your Negro – Haiti/France
2. 13th – USA
3. Les heritiers du Vietnam (Martinique)
4. Horace Tapscott, Musical Griot – USA

8. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST DIASPORA FEATURE

1. West Indies Gang – Guadeloupe
2. Fences – USA
3. Birth of a Nation – USA
4. Double play – Curacao
5. Moonlight – USA

AMAA 2017 SPECIAL JURY AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS IN THE DIASPORA
AMAA SPECIAL JURY AWARD FOR BEST ACTROR IN THE DIASPORA

AMAA 2017 SPECIAL JURY AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR IN THE DIASPORA

12. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN PRODUCTION DESIGN

Call Me Thief – South Africa
Félicité- Senegal
76 – Nigeria
Queen of Katwe – Uganda
The Last of Us- Tunisia

13. AMAA 2017 ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN

Queen of Katwe- Uganda
Ayamma- Nigeria
Keteke – Ghana
The Last Of Us – Tunisia
Logun Ofe – Nigeria

14. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKE-UP

Dora’s Peace – South Africa
Oloibiri – Nigeria
Ayamma- Nigeria
The Last of Us – Tunisia
Slow Country- Nigeria

15. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUNDTRACK

Vaya – South Africa
93 Days- Nigeria
A Mile in My Shoes- Morocco
76 – Nigeria
Félicité – Senegal
While We Live- Burkina Faso/Sweden
16. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL EFFECT

Wulu – Mali
Oloibiri- Nigeria
Whale Caller – South Africa
Queen of Katwe – Uganda
Slow Country – Nigeria

17. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND

93 Days – Nigeria
Félicité – Senegal
Vaya – South Africa
Wulu- Mali
Dora’s Peace – South Africa

18. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY

The Last of Us – Tunisia
The Whale Caller – South Africa
Félicité- Senegal
Vaya- South Africa
A Mile in My Shoes – Morocco

19. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN EDITING

Call Me Thief- South Africa
Vaya – South Africa
While We Live – Burkina Faso/Sweden
CEO – Nigeria
Félicité- Senegal

20. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN SCREEN PLAY
Oloibiri – Nigeria
Dora’s Peace- South Africa
Félicité – Senegal
While We Live- Burkina Faso/Sweden
Vaya – South Africa

21. AMAA 2017- LAGOS STATE AWARD FOR BEST NIGERIAN FILM

Green White Green
93 Days
CEO
76
Ayamma
Oloibiri

22. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST YOUNG/ PROMISING ACTOR

Pabillo Koza – Dora’s Peace
Medina Molanga – Queen of Katwe
Azwille Shanane-Madiba – Vaya
Austin Rose – Call Me Thief
Adam Kanyama– While We Live

23. TONY ELUMELU AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST COMEDY

1. Funny Enough (Snaaks Genoeg) – South Africa
2. Three Wise Men – Nigeria
3. Keteke – Ghana
4. A Trip To Jamaica – Nigeria

24. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Adonijah Owiriwa – 76
Warren Matsimola – Vaya
Olu Jacobs – Oloibiri
Papi Mpaka – Félicité
Richard Seruwazi – While We Live
Majid Michel – Slow Country

25. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Inna Moja – Wulu
Theresa Edem – Ayamma
Taiwo Ajai Lycet – Oloibiri
Nmonde Mbusi – Vaya
Somkele Idhalama – 93 Days
Angelique Kidjo – CEO

26. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

Sambassa Nzeribe – Slow Country
Ibrahim Koma – Wulu
Richard Mofe Damijo – Oloibiri
Amine Ennaji- A Mile in My Shoes
David Oyelowo – Queen of Katwe
Dann Jaques Mouton- Call Me Thief
Ramsey Noah – 76
Jahwar Soudani – Last Of Us

27. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

Vero Tshanda – Félicité
Lydia Forson – Keteke
Lupita Nyong’o – Queen of Katwe
Bimbo Akintola – 93 Days
Josette Bushell-Mingo – While We Live
Rita Dominic – 76
Khabonina Quebeka – Dora’s Peace
Zimkhitha Nyoka – Vaya
28. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST FIRST FEATURE FILM BY A DIRECTOR

Happiness is a Four Letter Word –Thabang Molaya- South Africa
Green White Green – Abba Makama – Nigeria
Wulu – Daouda Coulibaly – Mali
Bunjoko – Kizito Samuel – Uganda
The Last Of Us – Alaeddine Slim – Tunisia
Rain – Daniel Mugerwa – Uganda

29. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR

Daouda Coulibaly – Wulu
Steve Gukas – 93 Days
Mira Nair – Queen of Katwe
Izu Ojukwu – 76
Daryen Joshua- Call Me Thief
Akin Omotosho – Vaya
Alain Gomis – Félicité
Ala Eddine Slim- The Last Of Us
Said Khallaf – A Mile in My Shoes

30. AMAA 2017 AWARD FOR BEST FILM

The Last Of Us – Tunisia
A Mile in My Shoes – Morocco
76 – Nigeria
Vaya- South Africa
93 Days – Nigeria
Queen of Katwe – Uganda
Félicité – Senegal
Wulu – Mali
Call Me Thief – South Africa

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SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN: Kafui Danku recounts pregnancy struggles in new book

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Popular Ghanaian actress Kafui Danku disagrees with the popular axiom “silence is golden”. Having endured her fair share of challenges, including multiple miscarriages, she concludes that sometimes, the real show of strength is to speak out.

In her new book “Silence is not Golden”, she divulges captivating stories which have served as pillars of strength for her, especially her journey to conceiving.

She believes that the book possesses answers to fellow women going through the depression that comes with being childless/ having a hard time conceiving.

The book can be  preordered via www.kafuidanku.me or *713*6958# on mobile.

Since participating in the Miss Ghana pageant 2004, she has gone on to star in, and will several local and international awards including Best New Actress (Ghana) at the City People Entertainment Awards 2013, Best Supporting Actress of the Year (Ghana), City People Entertainment Awards 2014, Entertainment Person of the Year award (All Africa Media Networks Awards 2014), Pan Africa Distinguished Achievers Awards 2014, Best Supporting Actress of the Year (Extraordinary People Awards 2015), and Best Lead Actress (Afrifimo Awards 2015).

 

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50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians of 2017 announced – SEE FULL LIST!

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Winners of Avance Media’s  50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians of 2017 has been announced. Comprising winners across the fields of business, entertainment, media, sports, leadership, lifestyle among others.

Musicians Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, and Sarkodie, Asamoah Gyan, GH One’s Berla Mundi, Peace Hyde are among personalities named on the list.

The scheme is put together in partnership with Goal.com, ReputationPoll.com, Abjel Communications, WatsUp TV, TANOEBusiness.com, My Naija Naira, The YCEO, Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, CliqAfrica, Pulse Ghana, Africa Feeds, News Africa and CELBMD Africa.

See winners in the various categories below:

  • Business – Nana Appiah Mensah, Zylofon Media & MenzGold Ghana
  • Entertainment – Stonebwoy, Musician
  • Law & Governance – Kow Essuman, Lawyer & Office of the President of Ghana
  • Leadership & Civil Society – Gideon Danso, Empowerment Worship Center
  • Lifestyle – Ameyaw Debrah, Blogger
  • Media – Nana Aba Anamoah, GhOne TV
  • Personal Development & Academia – Brian Amoateng– Brian Amoateng Outreach Ministries
  • Science & Technology – Godwin Martey– Websoft Solutions
  • Social Enterprise & Philanthropy – Ama Duncan, The Fabulous Woman Network
  • Sports – Asamoah Gyan, Kayserispor FK

Below is the list of Avance Media’s 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians in 2017

  • Kow Essuman (Lawyer)
  • Gideon Danso (Empowerment Worship Center)
  • Brian Amoateng (Brian Amoateng Outreach Ministries)
  • Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (MP)
  • Ameyaw Debrah (Blogger)
  • Nana Appiah Mensah (Zylofon Media)
  • Nana Aba Anamoah (GhOne TV)
  • Godwin Martey (Websoft Solutions)
  • Stonebwoy (Musician)
  • Ibrahim Mustapha (Public Speaking Institute)
  • Asamoah Gyan (Kayserispor FK)
  • David Asare Asiamah (Agro Mindset Ltd)
  • Ama Duncan (The Fabulous Woman Network)
  • Sarkodie (Musician)
  • Berla Mundi (GhOne TV)
  • Caritas Aryee (Tatas and Friends Foundation)
  • Jeff Bassey (Graduate Training Institute)
  • Dede Ayew (West Ham United)
  • Nii Kotei Dzani (Council of State)
  • Sesinam Dagadu (Snoocode)
  • Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (MP)
  • Elijah Amoo Addo (Food For All Africa)
  • Christian Atsu (Newcastle United)
  • Albert Kusi (LEC Foundation)
  • Seth Kwame Boateng (Multimedia Group)
  • Peace Hyde (Forbes Africa)
  • Hamamat Montia (Model)
  • Richmond Kwame Frimpong (Beige Academy)
  • Senyo Hosi (COBD)
  • Kwadwo Asamoah (Juventus)
  • Elorm Beenie (Blogger)
  • Shatta Wale (Musician)
  • Lydia Forson (Actress)
  • Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh (Photographer)
  • Alexander Afenyo-Markin (MP)
  • Regina Agyare (Soronko Foundation)
  • Laud Anthony Basing (Incas Diagnostic Services Limited)
  • Akwasi Frimpong (Athlete)
  • Nicholas Bortey (Liranz)
  • Philip Mensah (OmniBank Ghana)
  • Kane Mani (Origgin)
  • Abigail Ashley (UTV Ghana)
  • Kosi Yankey (NBSSI)
  • Roberta Annan (Roberta Annan Consulting)
  • Wiyaala (Musician)
  • Francisca Oteng Mensah (MP)
  • Derrydean Dadzie (DreamOval Ltd)
  • Ivy Barley (Developers in Vogue)
  • Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkor (Blogger)
  • Peter Akai Anum (HOSA Awards)

 

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Yvonne Nelson names first child!

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Actress Yvonne Nelson, who recently delivered her first child, has announced her name.

Three months old, the girl is to be known and called RYN Roberts. RYN is Welsh for “ruler”.

A multiple-award-winner, Nelson has starred in over a hundred movies including  ‘Princess Tyra,’ ‘Single and Married,’ ‘One Night in Vegas,’ ‘Heart of Men,’ and ‘The Game’. She is girlfriend of Jamie Roberts, a London-based Fashion Photographer originally from Wales.

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PEOPLE’S CELEBRITY AWARDS “17: All the winners [+ exclusive images]

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Held at the Accra International Conference Centre, Saturday, December 30, the 2017 People’s Celebrity Awards saw Ghanaian music icon Shatta Wale, Ebony Reigns, Fancy Gadam, OAP Berla Mundi and a number of other popular personalities named winners in various categories.

The scheme, entirely based on public voting, looks to reward influential names and companies who continue to push the frontiers of Ghana’s entertainment industry.

Aside being named Celebrity of the year, which sees him win a Dodge Charger sedan worth $65,000, the controversial musician was also named Favorite Male Musician of the Year.

RuffTown’s Ebony Reigns picked up the laurel for Favourite Female Musician, whiles Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan was named Favourite Male Sports Personality of the Year.

Other winners on the night include northern music giants Maccasio and Fancy Gadam, actress Roselyn Ngisah, and sports broadcaster Dan Kwaku Yeboah.

In attendance were recognisable faces as Dr. Paa Kwesi Ndoum, Asamoah Gyan, DKB, Ahoufe Patri, Kalybos, Jacinta among others.

The 2017 People’ Celebrity Awards is put together by GN Bank.

Below is the full list of winners:

Favourite Male Musician category: 

  • Fancy Gadam
  • Flowking Stone
  • Kofi Kinaata
  • Joe Mettle
  • Maccasio
  • Medikal
  • Sarkodie
  • Shatta Wale [winner]
  • Stonebwoy

 

Favourite Female Radio Presenter category: 

  • Afia Pokua
  • Adjoa Yeboah Agyei
  • Amanda Jissih
  • Anita Erskine
  • Doreen Andoh
  • Ewurama Attoh [winner]
  • Jessica Opare Saforo
  • Ohemaa Woyeje
  • Silva Lady
  • Sokoo Hemaa

 

Favourite Female TV Presenter category:

  • Adwoa Yeboah Agyei
  • Afia Schwarzenegger
  • Akumaa Mama Zimbi
  • Amanda Jissih
  • Berla Mundi [winner]
  • Deloris Frimpong Manso
  • Maame Yeboah Asiedu
  • Nana Aba Anamoah
  • Nana Yaa Brefo
  • Soko Hemaa

Favourite Music Video category: 

  • Ayoo – Shatta Wale
  • Confession – Kofi Kinaata
  • Dream – Kumi Guitar
  • Enku Lenu – Stonebwoy
  • Ladder – Lilwin
  • Pain Killer – Sarkodie

Sponsor – Ebony

  • Total Cheat – Fancy Gadam [winner]
  • Work In Progress – Diana Hamilton
  • Yewo Nyame – Nacee

Favourite Actress category: 

  • Benedicta Gafah
  • Emelia Brobbey
  • Lydia Forson
  • Joselyn Dumas
  • Jackie Appiah
  • Nana Ama McBrown
  • Priscilla Opoku Agyeman
  • Roselyn Ngissah [winner]
  • Yvonne Okoro
  • Zynell Zuh

Favourite Comedian category: 

  • Baba Spirit
  • Bismark The Joke
  • Derek Kobina Boney (DKB)
  • Comedian Khemical
  • Comedian OB
  • Emmanuel Nkansah (Lekzy) [winner]
  • Foster Romanus
  • Funny Face
  • Jacinta
  • Nathaniel Mensah (Ajeezay)

Favourite Female Musician category: 

  • Adina
  • Becca
  • Diana Hamilton
  • Ebony [winner]
  • Efya
  • Feli Nuna
  • Joyce Blessing
  • Mz Vee
  • Patience Nyarko
  • Sista Afia

Favourite Journalist category: 

  • Adomako Felix (Zion Felix)
  • Ameyaw Debrah
  • Attractive Mustapha [winner]
  • Dan Lartey
  • David Mawuli
  • Halifax Ansah Addo
  • Koncept Worae
  • Kwame Dadzie
  • Nana Yaw Donkor (NYDJ)

Favourite Male Radio Presenter category: 

  • Abeiku Santana
  • Agyemang Prempeh
  • Christian Adjei Frimpong [winner]
  • David Anann Barima
  • Enoch Asare
  • Giovani Caleb
  • Lexis Bill
  • Londona Nie
  • Prince Benjamin
  • Sammy Forson

Favourite Male Sports Personality category: 

  • Asamoah Gyan [winner]
  • Dede Ayew
  • Duke Micah
  • Isaac Dogbe
  • Richard Commey
  • Sadiq Adams
  • Thomas Partey
  • Winful Cobbina

Favourite Female Sports category: 

  • Alberta Ampomah
  • Adu Agyemang Kate
  • Belinda Anane
  • Mercy Tagoe
  • Nadia Eke
  • Nafisatu Umaru
  • Sandra Owusu
  • Priscilla Adubea[winner]

Favourite Male TV Presenter category: 

  • Andrew Adote Tandoh
  • Bola Ray
  • Dan Kwaku Yeboah [winner]
  • David Dontoh
  • George Quaye
  • Ibrahim Ben Bako
  • Johnnie Hughes
  • Patrick Osei Agyemang
  • Sammy Flex

Favourite Religious Personality category: 

  • Apostle Kwadwo Safo [winner]
  • Bishop Daniel Obinim
  • Pastor Mensa Otabil
  • Rev. Eastwood Anaba
  • Counselor Lutterodt
  • Imam Rashid

*Archbishop Duncan Williams

*Nana Kwaku Bonsam

*Apostle Kpegah Tamakloe

*Bishop Charles Agyin Asare

 

Favourite Movie category :

  • Adanfo Bone
  • Ghana Galamsey[winner]
  • John & John
  • Keteke
  • Piele

People’s Celebrity Awards Social Media category: 

  • Stonebwoy
  • Sarkodie

*Fancy Gadam

  • Lydia Forson
  • Moesha Boudong
  • Mona (Hajia4Real)
  • Medikal
  • Shatta Wale
  • Macassio [winner]
  • Nana Ama McBrown

Favourite Song category: 

  • My Own – Samini
  • Too Risky – Medikal
  • Pain Killer – Sarkodie
  • My Name – Samini
  • Taking Over – Shatta Wale[winner]
  • Too Big – Macassio
  • Confession – Kofi Kinaata
  • Onwawani – Joe Mettle

 

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Finalists for Avance Media’s 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians announced – SEE FULL LIST!

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Finalists for Avance Media’s 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians of 2017, honouring distinguished young Ghanaians, have been announced.

The 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians ranking recognises distinctive service across 10 different categories: Business, Entertainment, Law and Governance, Leadership and Civil Society, Lifestyle, Media, Personal Development and Academia, Science and Technology, Sports and Social Enterprise and Philantrophy.

Winners will be announced on 8th January, 2018.

Hailed as one of the most credible, Avance Media’s Most Influential Young Ghanaian rankings is the most respected system that honours youth excellence in Ghana. The 2017 Ghana ranking is the third in the series.

Previous editions have ranked investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas as the Most Influential Young Ghanaian for 2015 and 2016.

CEO of Avance Media, Prince Akpah explains that “This year’s influential young Ghanaian is someone whose work has undoubtedly had a positive impact in Ghanaian life. The nominees have all excelled in their various endeavors, working to improve the lives of others, through hardwork, personal sacrifice and in most instances, made bold and brave commitments.”

Public voting has officially opened on gh.avancemedia.org to determine the overall 2017 Most Influential Young Ghanaian, and winners for the 10 categories.

Similar rankings by Avance Media and partners are currently ongoing in Cameroon, Tanzania, Nigeria, South Africa, DR Congo and Kenya.

Here is the full list of the 2017 Nominees

Business (in partnership with TANOE Business)

  1. David Asare Asiamah (Agro Mindset Ltd)
  2. Derrydean Dadzie (DreamOval Ltd)
  3. Nana Appiah Mensah (Zylofon Media)
  4. Philip Mensah (OmniBank Ghana)
  5. Roberta Annan (Roberta Annan Consulting)

Entertainment (in partnership with WatsUp TV)

  1. Lydia Forson (Actress)
  2. Sarkodie (Musician)
  3. Shatta Wale (Musician)
  4. Stonebwoy (Musician)
  5. Wiyaala (Musician)

Law & Governance

  1. Francisca Oteng Mensah (MP)
  2. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (MP)
  3. Kow Essuman (Lawyer)
  4. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (MP)
  5. Alexander Afenyo-Markin (MP)

Leadership & Civil Society (in partnership with Abjel Communications)

  1. Kosi Yankey (NBSSI)
  2. Gideon Danso (EWC)
  3. Nii Kotei Dzani (Council of State)
  4. Peter Akai Anum (HOSA Awards)
  5. Senyo Hosi (COBD)

Lifestyle

  1. Ameyaw Debrah (Blogger)
  2. Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkor (Blogger)
  3. Elorm Beenie (Blogger)
  4. Hamamat Montia (Model)
  5. Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh (Photographer)

Media

  1. Abigail Ashley (UTV Ghana)
  2. Berla Mundi (EIB Network)
  3. Nana Aba Anamoah (EIB Network)
  4. Peace Hyde (Forbes Africa)
  5. Seth Kwame Boateng (Multimedia Group)

Personal Development & Academia

  1. Albert Kusi (LEC Foundation)
  2. Brian Amoateng (Brian Amoateng Outreach Ministries)
  3. Jeff Bassey (Graduate Training Institute)
  4. Ibrahim Mustapha (Public Speaking Institute)
  5. Richmond Kwame Frimpong (Beige Academy)

Science & Technology

  1. Godwin Martey (Websoft Solutions)
  2. Kane Mani (Origgin)
  3. Laud Anthony Basing (Incas Diagnostic Services Limited)
  4. Nicholas Bortey (Liranz)
  5. Sesinam Dagadu (Snoocode)

Sports (in partnership with Goal.com)

  1. Akwasi Frimpong (Athlete)
  2. Asamoah Gyan (Kayserispor FK)
  3. Christian Atsu (Newcastle United)
  4. Dede Ayew (West Ham United)
  5. Kwadwo Asamoah (Juventus)

Social Entreprise & Philanthropy

  1. Ama Duncan (The Fabulous Woman Network)
  2. Caritas Aryee (Tatas and Friends Foundation)
  3. Elijah Amoo Addo (Food For All Africa)
  4. Ivy Barley (Developers in Vogue)
  5. Regina Agyare (Soronko Foundation)

The 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians ranking is proudly organised by Avance Media in partnership with Goal.com, ReputationPoll.com, Abjel Communications, WatsUp TV, TANOEBusiness.com, My Naija Naira, Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, CliqAfrica, Pulse Ghana, Africa Feeds, and CELBMD Africa.

 

 

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Juliet Ibrahim & Iceberg Slim named ambassadors for Oros perfume

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International perfume brand OROS has chosen love birds, Iceberg Slim and Juliet Ibrahim as celebrity influencers for its seasonal campaign. The two celebrities are a perfect pair to exude the vision of the perfume brand in Africa. Oros was officially launched in Lagos, Nigeria earlier this year shortly after its Dubai debut.

Follow them on social media @OrosFragranceNG for up to date sales and activities.

Oros for Women – The fragrance is described as elegant, provocative and free spirited, a scent full of passion and emotion. Oros is a floral fragrance with an enchanting blend of romantic jasmine and sensual tuberose.
Oros for Men – The all-pervasive scent gives to its wearer an esoteric and fascinating feel enjoyed by men who are avid for energy, sports and adventure. Oros, an aromatic woody fragrance is supremely masculine and seductive.

The company is expected to release more visuals in the coming months.

 

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