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20.01.2014 Feature Article

Ghana's Most Influential Personalities 2013 By ETV Ghana

Ghana's Most Influential Personalities 2013 By ETV Ghana
LISTEN JAN 20, 2014

Etv Ghana on the 19th of January, 2014 released the much awaited local rating of most influential Ghanaians in 2013.

Even though it came without few names that were advertised in the final 100 nominees such as Ebenezer Essuman, Emmanuel Nyame and Albert Kusi and the exclusion of John Armah the 22 year old, youngest contributor to the budget of Ghana made it 27th during the 2012 rating, Ghanaians will judge for themselves.

I must also apologies for some missing spots caused by the speed of presentation by the presenter.

1. Nana Akufo Addo 2. Chief Imam 3. Dr. Mensah Otabil 4. Justice Atuguba 5. Kwesi Appiah 6. Anas Areameyaw 7. John Dramani Mahama 8. John Kufour 9. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia 10. Martin Amidu 11. Prince Kofi Amoabeng 12. Jerry John Rawlings 13. Rev. Fr. Campbell 14. Manasseh Azure 15. Otumfuo Osei Tutu 16. Cardinal Turkson 17. Alan Kyeremanteng 18. Dr. Osei Kwame Despite 19. Roland Agambire 20. Archbishop Duncan Williams 21. Rev. Eastwood Anaba 22. Michael Owusu-Sarkodie 23. Kofi Annan 24. Dr. Frimpong Boateng 25. Kwame Sefa Kayi 26. Albert Ocran 27. ****** 28. Shatta Wale 29. ****** 30. Patrick Awuah 31. ****** 32. Dr. Ntiamoah Mensah 33. Dr. Siaw Joseph Agyepong 34. Mike Nyinaku 35. Dr. David Abdulai 36. Kwadwo Nkansah-Lil Win 37. Theresa Oppong 38. Kwasi Nyantakyi 39. Nana Konadu Rawlings 40. Asamoah Gyan 41. Georgina Theodora Wood 42. Kwaku Baako 43. Dr. Joyce Aryee 44. Philip Addison 45. Prof Josh Larbi 46. Gifty Anti 47. Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo 48. Ellen Hagan 49. Togbe Afede 50. Akumaa Mama Zimbi 51. Kwaw Ansah 52. Prof. Kojo Yankah 53. Rev Isaac Osei 54. Rev Korankye Ankrah 55. Tsatsu Tsikata 56. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah 57. Majid Michael 58. Hon. Kennedy Agyepong 59. Joselyn Dumas 60. ****** 61. Ken Ofori Atta 62. ****** 63. Emmanuel Adu Sarkodee 64. Prof. Ayittey 65. Michael Essein 66. Tony Lithur 67. Shirley Frimpong Manso 68. Kwabena Kwabena 69. Apostle Kwadwo Asafo 70. Kevin Prince Boateng 71. Rev. K. B. Asante 72. Okyenhene 73. Kwabena Manfo 74. Guru 75. Komla Dumor 76. Edith Dankwah 77. Prof. Stephen Addae 78. Funny Face 79. Asiedu Nketiah 80. Stephen Appiah 81. Kwesi Pratt 82. Manifest 83. Bernard Avle 84. Reggie Rockstone 85. P. C. Appiah Ofori 86. Rev. Frimpong Manso 87. P. V. Obeng 88. Ayigbe Edem 89. Kofi Adu 90. Mafia Konadu 91. David Dontoh 92. Abedi Pele 93. Amissah Arthur 94. Edward Martey Tagoe 95. Adabraka Frimpong Manso 96. Ibrahim Mahama 97. Ohene Nana Kwame 98. Nana Aba Anamoah 99. Res Brobbey 100. Nana Okyeame Awuruku.

List compiled By Akpah Prince [email protected] akpahprince.wordpress.com

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