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February 23, 2018 | Social Media Trends

Dr. Mensa Otabil Ranks 2017 Most Influential Pastor On Social Media

Dr. Mensa Otabil Ranks 2017 Most Influential Pastor On Social Media

Founder and General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church, Dr. Mensa Otabil has retained his eminent position as the Most Influential Ghanaian Pastor on Social Media in the 2017 Ghana Rankings spearheaded by Avance Media, CliQAfrica, eazzysocial and Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH.

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Records from the report published on smrankings.com indicate, Dr. Mensa Otabil also had a more engaging Social Media presence across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Bishop Dag Heward Mills was also noted to have amassed the over 450,000 new followers in the 2017 making the most followed pastor on Social Media in Ghana.

Newest entrant on the list is Bishop Daniel Obinim who displaced Pastor Eastwood Anaba from the previous lists to clinged the 10th position.

Full report on the 2017 Ghana Social Media Rankings are available on www.smrankings.org

Below are the 2017 Top 10 Most Influential Radio Stations on Social Media:

  1. Mensa Otabil
  2. Bishop Dag Heward-Mills
  3. Archbiship Nicholas Duncan Williams
  4. Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah
  5. Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare
  6. Sam Korankye Ankrah
  7. Prophet Kakra Baiden
  8. Bishop James Kwaku Saah
  9. Prophet Victor Kusi Boateng
  10. Bishop Daniel Obinim

The ranking which is based on the GSMR Score was analysed from their Social Media followings, Growth Difference, Engagements, Post Reaches and Mentions.

The 2017 Ghana Social Media Rankings was conducted by Avance Media, CliQAfrica, eazzysocial and Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH in partnership Pearl Richards Foundation.

Akpah Prince
Akpah Prince

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