CEO of Asoriba Named Most Influential Young Ghanaian In Science and Technology

The CEO of Asoriba, Nana Opoku Prempeh-Agyeman, has been listed the most influential young Ghanaian in Technology for the year 2016, by Avance Media, a social enterprise known for listing young achievers in various fields.

The list of influential Ghanaians in Technology also saw profiled people in the industry, namely; Farida Bedwei, Bright Simmons, Derrydean Dadzie, Alloysuis Attah.

The Most Influential Young Ghanaian initiativeis an annual ranking for young achievers between ages 15–40, spearheaded by Avance Media, in partnership with , EOD Partners, , CELBMD Africa, Project Know Thyself International, , Dream Ambassadors Foundation GH, Reputation Poll, iCare Hub Africa, Global Skills Exchange, Jagari Designs Core Foundation and My Naija Naira

Anas Aremeyaw Anas, a renowned investigative journalist retained his position as the first most influential young Ghanaian from last year’s ranking.

The 50 name list which is made up of young individuals from various industries and sectors such as entertainment, business, media, lifestyle, law and governance among others, saw some notable names Bernard Avle, Jessica Opare Saforo, Berla Mundi, Sammy Awuku among others. Nana Opoku Prempeh-Agyeman emerged 8th on the list, up above Bright Simmons and other colleagues in the sector, making him the most influential in the Technology sector.

Below is a categorized list of most influential young Ghanaians;

  1. Business — Mike Nyinaku — Beige Group, CEO
  2. Entertainment — Sarkodie
  3. Law & Governance — Sammy Awuku, NPP Youth Organiser
  4. Leadership & Civil Society — Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Investigative Journalist
  5. Lifestyle — Ameyaw Debrah, Blogger
  6. Media — Nana Aba Anamoah, GhOne TV
  7. Personal Development & Academia — Prof Daniel Kwame Bediako — Valley View University, Vice Chancellor
  8. Science & Technology — Nana Opoku Prempeh-Agyeman — Asoriba, CEO
  9. Social Enterprise & Philanthropy — Dr Byrite Asamoah, Vodafone Healthline
  10. Sports — Dede Ayew, West Ham United F.C.

Full list of most influential young Ghanaians

  1. Anas Aremeyaw Anas (Investigative Journalist)
  2. Ameyaw Debrah (Blogger)
  3. Dede Ayew (Footballer)
  4. Daniel Kwame Bediako (Valley View University)
  5. Sammy Awuku (Politician)
  6. Byrite Asamoah (Vodafone Healthline)
  7. Sarkodie (Musician)
  8. Nana Opoku Prempeh-Agyeman (Asoriba)
  9. Zanetor Rawlings (Politician)
  10. Nana Aba Anamoah (GhOne TV)
  11. Abraham Attah (Actor)
  12. Bernard Avle (Citi FM)
  13. Asamoah Gyan (Footballer)
  14. Irbard Ibrahim (Security Consultant)
  15. Mike Nyinaku (Beige Group)
  16. Tonyi Senayah (Horseman Shoes)
  17. Ernest Bediako (Words on the Street Global)
  18. Randy Osae Bediako (Kharis Group)
  19. William Okyere-Frempong (The HuD Group)
  20. Beryl Agyekum (Echohouse Ghana Limited)
  21. Berla Mundi (GhOne TV)
  22. Kwadwo Nkansah (Actor)
  23. Albert Kusi (LEC Foundation)
  24. Farida Bedwei (Logiciel)
  25. Shatta Wale (Musician)
  26. Ato Ulzen Appiah (GhanaThink Foundation)
  27. Bright Simons (mPedigree)
  28. Francis-Xavier Sosu (Lawyer)
  29. Jessica Opare Saforo (Citi FM)
  30. Kwamena Hazel jnr. (Photographer)
  31. Jeremiah Buabeng (Buabeng Communications)
  32. Regina Agyare (Soronko Foundation)
  33. Claudia Lumor (Glitz Africa)
  34. William Senyo (Impact Hub Accra)
  35. Derrydean Dadzie (DreamOval)
  36. Baba Rahman (Footballer)
  37. Gary Al-Smith (Multimedia Group)
  38. Isaac Dogboe (Boxer)
  39. Jerry Adjorlolo (MC)
  40. Alloysius Attah (Farmerline)
  41. Kow Essuman (Lawyer)
  42. Scofray Nana Yaw Yeboah (Zoweh Global Consult)
  43. Kwabena Danso (Booomers International)
  44. Kobby Blay (Blogger)
  45. Nana Akwasi Awuah (Occupy Ghana)
  46. Yvonne Nelson (Actress)
  47. John Armah (Orios Group)
  48. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (Politician)
  49. Jeffrey Schllup (Footballer)
  50. Yawa Hansen Quao (Leading Ladies Network)