Mimi Andani-Michaels Named One of 50 Most Influential Young People In Ghana

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CEO of the recently launched Gold Coast Excellence Awards and the Golden Movie Awards, Mimi Andani-Michaels, has closed off a superb year of ubiquitous recognition by simply adding yet another feather to her cap.

Mimi has been named as one of the 50 most influential young Ghanaians in 2018 in a study carried out by the renowned rating firm Avance Media.

Mimi finished 28th on the list, a fitting nod to an accomplished 2018 for the former mega-hit singer turned successful entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Serving as CEO for the Golden Movie Awards, which continues to grow from strength to strength; launching a new awards scheme in the Gold Coast Excellence Awards, and being involved in numerous philanthropic and charity organizations are just a few of the many recent achievements of Mimi earning her such superb recognition.

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Her great work has already been recognized by several award schemes last year including the Obaa GoGetter Women’s Network, the 2018 Best 40 under 40 awards, the Ghana Outstanding Women Awards and many others.

With such a splendid resumé it’s not really a surprise seeing Mimi end up on the Avance Media list.

Other prominent names on the list include the musicians Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale, Fella Makafui, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah plus more.

Full list below…

Source: GhanaCelebriities.Com

 

 

 


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