Daniel Amoateng Voted 2018 Most Influential Young Ghanaian

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Civil Engineer, Speaker, Author, Philanthropist and Prophet, Daniel Amoateng has been voted the 2018 Most Influential Young Ghanaian in the 4th edition of the annual ranking poll by leading international rating firm, Avance Media.

Prophet Daniel Amoateng who was nominated under the Leadership & Civil Society beat competition from other 49 influential young Ghanaians from other sectors to cling the reputable title among Ghanaians.

As the founder of Power of Worship International, Prophet Daniel Amoateng who had his calling at the tender age of 13 has grown to become one of the most dynamic prophetic voices, a regular conference speaker across nations and author of bestselling prophetic books.

He takes the renowned title from past winners such as celebrated investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas (2015 & 2016) and Lawyer & Counsel at the Presidency of Ghana, Kow Essuman (2017).

Following keenly in the ranking are; Prophet Bernard Elbernard Nelson-Eshun, Joe Mettle, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah & Isaac Dogboe who were voted among the top 5 most influential young Ghanaians respectively.

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GhOne TV Newscaster, Serwaa Amihere who got the 8th position was also voted the Most Influential Young Ghanaian woman during the poll.

Sharing insights about this year’s polls, Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media mentioned; the ranking was instituted to highlight the works of young Ghanaians who are contributing in diverse ways towards the advancement of development in Ghana and across Africa.

Avance Media also runs same initiative in Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, DR Congo, Kenya & Cameroon in partnership with various organizations and is expected to release a global ranking in 2019.

Below are winners in the various categories:

1. Business – Kwabena Boateng, Plantation Resources Ltd
2. Entertainment – Joe Mettle, Gospel Musician
3. Law & Governance – Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Minister of Information
4. Leadership & Civil Society – Prophet Daniel Amoateng, Power of Worship International
5. Lifestyle – Twins Don’t Beg, Celebrity Photographers
6. Media – Serwaa Amihere, GhOne TV News
7. Personal Development & Academia – Caroline Esinam Adzogble, Caroline Excellence Awards
8. Science & Technology – Derrick Omari, Tech Era
9. Social Enterprise & Philanthropy – Dr Michael Adusei – Nsowah, Primary Health Vision Care
10. Sports – Isaac Dogboe, Boxer

Below is the list of Avance Media’s 2018 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians

1. Daniel Amoateng (Power of worship International)
2. Bernard Elbernard Nelson-Eshun (Spiritlife Revival Ministries)
3. Joe Mettle (Musician)
4. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (Minister of Information)
5. Isaac Dogbe (Boxer)
6. Thomas Partey (Atlético de Madrid)
7. Dr Michael Adusei-Nsowah (Primary Health Vision Care)
8. Serwaa Amihere (GhOne TV)
9. Stonebwoy (Musician)
10. Twins Dont Beg (Photographers)
11. Shatta Wale (Musician)
12. Robert Akoto Amoafo (Amnesty International)
13. Caroline Esinam Adzogble (Caroline Excellence Awards)
14. Saddick Adams (Atinka TV)
15. Kwabena Boateng (Plantation Resources Ltd)
16. Afia Pokua (Adom FM)
17. Derick Omari (Tech Era)
18. Sampson Adotey Junior (Next Einsten Forum)
19. Jorge Appiah (Kumasi Hive)
20. Eric Edem Agbana (National Democratic Congress)
21. Richard Adjei (Kasapreko Ltd)
22. Isaac Sesi (Sesi Technologies)
23. Natalie Fort (TV3)
24. Kwame Amfo Akonnor (Chef)
25. Kwabena Oppong-Nkrumah (Betway Ghana)
26. Shadrack Frimpong (Cocoa360)
27. Makafui Awuku (McKintorch Creatives)
28. Wilhelmina Abu-Andani Michaels (I Mentor U)
29. Victoria Michaels (Model)
30. Kenneth Gyamerah (Volo SHS)
31. Rita Kusi (KUSI Consulting)
32. Salifu Abdul Hafiz (Video Director)
33. Ato Ulzen-Appiah (Ghanathink Foundation)
34. Henry Nana Boakye (New Patriotic Party)
35. Afi Antonio (Afi Antonio Foundation)
36. Kwadwo Asamoah (Inter Milan)
37. Jemila Abdulai (Blogger)
38. Kwame Ob Nartey (Vision1 FM)
39. Ernest De-Graft Egyir (Chief Executives Network)
40. Sena Koby Nyame (Old Mutual Pensions Trust)
41. Larisa Akrofie (Levers in Heel)
42. Nana Osei Nkwantabisa(Nkwantabisa Foundation)
43. Philip Gyamfi (GIMUN)
44. Eugene Arhin (Presidency)
45. Elsie Appau-Klu (Acreaty Management Plc)
46. Julius Karl Fieve (Assembly Man)
47. Daniel Amartey (Leicester City)
48. Emmanuel Boateng (Levante)
49. Fella Makafui (Actress)
50. DKB (Comedian)

The 2018 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians ranking was conducted by Avance Media in partnership with Blue Blazer International, VIPI State, Cosdef Group, 1000 African Voices, CliqAfrica, WatsUp TV, Jagari Designs & MyNaijaNaira.com
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