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13.05.2016 General News

Multimedia's Kojo Yankson, Manasseh Azure in 100 Most Influential Ghanaians list 2015

By Myjoyonline.com | AKAB
Multimedia's Kojo Yankson, Manasseh Azure in 100 Most Influential Ghanaians list 2015
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Two Multimedia journalists have been listed in the 100 Most Influential Ghana list for 2015.

The host of the Joy FM’s Super Morning Show, Kojo Yankson and ace investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure joined a list comprised of traditional rulers, journalists, politicians, clergy and business people.

Unveiling the 2015 list on the private TV station, e.TV, Managing Director of Global Media Alliance Broadcast Company, Akwasi Agyeman said the platform has become viable and credible.

Many people have been looking forward to the list, he boasted.

“When we started the awards the public seemed more concerned about nominating people who are on the frontline and see a lot in the media, but as the awards have grown, we notice that the nominations have varied and the level of influence people allude to have also been a lot pronounced.”

According to him, “a lot of work has gone into preparing for this very important awards.”

The 2015 awards ceremony takes place on June 30. It will be the 6th edition.

Ghana’s Most Influential Awards is targeted at celebrating top influential Ghanaian personalities who are voted for by the public.

Below is the full list the 2015 Ghana’s Most Influential

1. Pastor Mensa Otabil
2. Patrick Awuah
3. Anas Aremeyaw Anas
4. Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo
5. J.A Kuffour
6. Mike Nyinaku
7. Bright Simons
8. Dr.Mahamud Bawumia
9. Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom
10. Ace Ankomah
11. Rev. Father Cambell
12. Manasseh Azure
13. Dr. Kwabena Adjei
14. President John Dramani Mahama
15. COP John Kudalor
16. Prince Kofi Amoabeng
17. Osei Kwame Despite
18. Gifty Anti
19. Kofi Annan
20. Bishop Charles Agyin Asare
21. Edward Effah
22. Jerry John Rawlings
23. Her Ladyship Georgina Wood
24. Dr Kwabena Duffuor
25. Sarkodie (Michael Owusu Addo)
26. Herman Chinery Hesse
27. Otumfuo Osei Tutu II
28. Bernard Avle
29. Sheik Osman Shaributu
30. Kwasi Twum
31. Bishop Charles Palmer Buckle
32. Rev. Eastwood Anaba
33. Bishop Dag Heward Mills
34. Ebo Whyte
35. Albert Ocran
36. Ivor Greenstreet
37. Ernest Bediako Sampong
38. Apostle Kwadwo Safo
39. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah
40. Alhassan Andani
41. Joyce Ababio
42. Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panyin
43. Dr. Sam Jonah
44. Asamoah Gyan
45. Kwaku Baako
46. Abraham Attah
47. Kwame Sefa Kai
48. Togbe Afede XIV
49. Andre Dede Ayew
50. Dr. Ibn Chambas
51. Samini (Emmanuel Andrews Samini)
52. Kwaku Sakyi-Addo
53. Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings
54. Stonebwoy (Livingstone Etse Satekla)
55. Kenneth Ashigbey
56. Dr. Oko Nikoi Dzani
57. Theresa Oppong Beeko
58. Lucy Quist
59. Esther Cobbah
60. Ken Ofori Atta
61. Nathaniel Anokye Adisi (Bola Ray)
62. Shirley Frimpong Manso
63. Samia Nkrumah
64. Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi
65. Kweku Sintim Misa
66. Dr. Ekwow Spio –Gabrah
67. Shatta Wale (Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr)
68. Mawuena Trebah
69. Michael Agyekum Addo
70. Lydia Forson
71. Edward Doe Adjaho
72. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuiye
73. Dr Edward Mahama
74. Stephen Appiah
75. Archbishop Duncan Williams
76. Lordina Mahama
77. Tony Oteng Gyasi
78. DCOP Kofi Boakye
79. Azumah Nelson
80. Dr Kwesi Aning
81. Prof Akosua Adomako
82. Abedi Ayew Pele
83. Abrantie Amakye Dede
84. Bisa Kdei (Ronald Kweku Dei Appiah)
85. Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih
86. Kojo Yankson
87. Bishop Emmanuel Asante
88. Bishop Gideon Yoofi Titi Ofei
89. Egbert Faibille
90. Ameyaw Debrah
91. Deloris Frimpong Manso
92. Nana Prof. John S Nabila
93. Daddy Lumba (Charles Kwadwo Fosu)
94. Yvonne Nelson
95. Apostle Dr.Opoku Onyinah
96. Alhaji Adamu Iddrisu
97. Nana Susubiribi Krobea Asante
98. Kwame Achampong Kyei
99. Derrydean Dadzie
100. Awulae Attibrukusu III

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