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Fella Makafui Named One Of 50 Most Influential Young People In Ghana — Medikal Nowhere To Be Found — FULL LIST

AMG Medikal is seemingly drawn to ladies more famous and accomplished than he is because Fella seems to be landing numerous awards recently whilst he continues to remain dry.

Before Fella, he dated Derby whose family ties made her a household name which Medikal was able to tap into to further advance his own career.

After being named the young female entrepreneur of the year at the 2018 GOWA awards, Fella has landed another major honour after being named as one of the 50 most influential young people in Ghana.

The list, released by Avance Media, lists five influential young people in several categories, making up 50 in total.

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Fella is one of the five representing showbiz, with other four being dancehall royalty Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale, Joe Mettle and DKB.

According to Avance Media, the list comprises of personalities who have had an immense impact on young people in Ghana and beyond and also on their respective fields and beyond.

Check out the full list below…

Business

1. Ernest De-Graft Egyir (Chief Executives Network)

2. Kwabena Boateng (Plantation Resources Ltd)

3. Kwabena Oppong-Nkrumah (Betway Ghana)

4. Richard Adjei (Kasapreko Ltd)

5. Sena Koby Nyame (Old Mutual Pensions Trust)

Entertainment

1. DKB (Comedian)

2. Fella Makafui (Actress)

3. Joe Mettle (Musician)

4. Shatta Wale (Musician)

5. Stonebwoy (Musician)

Law & Governance

1. Eric Edem Agbana (National Democratic Congress)

2. Eugene Arhin (Presidency)

3. Henry Nana Boakye (New Patriotic Party)

4. Julius Karl Fieve (Assembly Man)

5. Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah (Minister of Information)

Leadership and Civil Society

1. Bernard Elbernard Nelson-Eshun (Spiritlife Revival Ministries)

2. Daniel Amoateng (Power of worship International)

3. Elsie Appau-Klu (Acreaty Management Plc)

4. Nana Osei Nkwantabisa (Nkwantabisa Foundation)

5. Robert Akoto Amoafo (Amnesty International)

Lifestyle

1. Jemila Abdulai (Blogger)

2. Kwame Amfo Akonnor (Chef)

3. Salifu Abdul Hafiz (Video Director)

4. Twins Dont Beg (Photographers)

5. Victoria Michaels (Model)

Media

1. Afia Pokua (Adom FM)

2. Kwame Ob Nartey (Vision1 FM)

3. Saddick Adams (Atinka TV)

4. Natalie Fort (TV3)

5. Serwaa Amihere (GhOne TV)

Personal Development & Academia

1. Caroline Esinam Adzogble (Caroline Excellence Awards)

2. Kenneth Gyamerah (Volo SHS)

3. Philip Gyamfi (GIMUN)

4. Rita Kusi (KUSI Consulting)

5. Wilhelmina Abu-Andani Michaels (I Mentor U)

Science & Technology

1. Derick Omari (Tech Era)

2. Isaac Sesi (Sesi Technologies)

3. Jorge Appiah (Kumasi Hive)

4. Larisa Akrofie (Levers in Heel)

5. Sampson Adotey Junior (Next Einsten Forum)

Social Entreprise & Philanthropy

1. Afi Antonio (Afi Antonio Foundation)

2. Ato Ulzen-Appiah (Ghanathink Foundation)

3. Dr Michael Adusei-Nsowah (Primary Health Vision Care)

4. Makafui Awuku (McKintorch Creatives)

5. Shadrack Frimpong (Cocoa360)

Sports

1. Daniel Amartey (Leicester City)

2. Emmanuel Boateng (Levante)

3. Isaac Dogbe (Boxer)

4. Kwadwo Asamoah (Inter Milan)

5. Thomas Partey (Atlético de Madrid)

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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