Kobby Kyei Makes The List Of 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians 2022 By Avance Media

Africa as a continent has had influence of a lot of young people. Lists like CEOs under 40 has gone a long way to impact the continent positively.

Avance Media is a leading African media and PR company championing the media space of venerating young Africans. Identifying the wide gap in reporting the success stories of Africa, Avance Media leads and partners in changing the narrative of the continent through comprehensive ranking of Personalities and organisation across a range of sectors as a leading Media and PR company.

Avance media has recently released a list of 50 young influential Ghanaians. The list churned out some interesting names. Such lists normally meets lots of public outcry and rejections since the public may have varied views. But this current list has had lots of public acceptance.

Kobby Kyei was one of the names that stood out, as one of the names making waves in our media space. Kobby Kyei is the CEO of Kobby Kyei News. Through his humanitarian project Go There With Kobby Kyei, the blogger has impacted a lot of lives nationwide.

Augustus Koranteng Kyei born March 27, 1990 is a philanthropist, trumpeter and a sought-after speaker on social and capacity building issues. We are convinced that it is by the array of the above activities he is involved in that propelled his recognition as an influential young Ghanaian.

The likes of Abubakar Fatimatu (Hon), Alhaji Salamu Amadu, Amoaning Samuel (Entamoty), Anthony Dzamefe, Berla Mundi, Beryl Agyekum-Ayaaba, Black Sherif, Brian Amoateng (Rev), Caleb Kudah, Camidoh, Dance God Lloyd, Daniel Boifio Junior, Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo and many others made it to the league of 50 most influential young Ghanaians.

Avance Media seeks to transform and lead innovation by Implementing realistic policies to affect brands in a confident approach m. We keep our fingers crossed to see those who will keep their places, those who will fall off, as well as the new personalities that will make their way into the 2024 young influential Ghanaian list.

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