Some remarkable Ghanaian super Stars whose impacts has hoisted the Ghana flag proudly in 2020;
Charles Nii Armah better known as Shatta Wale cemented his tag as Africa’s dancehall king with a juicy collaboration with global superstar, Beyonce and Major Lazer.
Armah’s ‘Already’ feature has become the talk of the entertainment world with pundits calling it the most popular rhythm on the Black is King visual album.
Ghana’s President, Nana Akufo-Addo and other well-meaning Ghanaians have congratulated the music act for his success and placing the country on the global stage.
Self-taught Ghanaian coder, Ivy Barley made it extra cool and exciting to be Ghanaian when she landed a huge role at tech giant, Microsoft in March of 2020.
“Stoked to announce the next stage of my career growth: taking up a Program Manager role at Microsoft! I’m optimistic about the opportunity to make bigger impact at @Microsoft, while taking @devinvogue to the next level. Stay tuned for my journey,” Barley tweeted along with a photo earlier this year
The social entrepreneur and founder of “Developers in Vogue” who is championing for a much more inclusive world where African women will be interested in working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) fields is also the second Ghanaian to join the company.
She is also listed as one of the 50 Most Influential Young People in Ghana.
3 .Nana Jane Opoku Agyemang ;
Professor Nana Jane Opoku Agyemang’s selection as the first female running mate for the largest opposition party in July was met with euphoria and critical acclaim.
The former Education Minister and former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast comes to the table with a wealth of knowledge and ideas. Prior to her nomination, she was Chancellor of the Women’s University in Africa, a position she’s held since 2018.
Her historic nomination made it popular and progressive to be a Ghanaian and a woman in the 21st century. Prof Opoku Agyemang is a senior Fulbright Scholar and an honoree of the National Award of Officer of the Order of the Volta (the Highest honour Ghana bestows on her citizens).
4. Sethoo Gh;
The international hip-hop super star and songwriter “Sethoo Gh” is a sensational hip-hop artist and songwriter whose come back album has trended worldwide with millions of streams and downloads especially in UK, Africa and across the globe. He emerged from the SEM music and gained popularity in fairly American hip-hop genre and remarks as prestigiously a sensational and influential hip-hop artist whose lyrical concepts are significantly geared towards inspirational,social,love, economical life and many more
Sethoo Gh has delivered innumerable projects as a songswiter for countless artist worldwide.
Due to his tremendous impacts into the music kingdom worldwide,the IK entertainment in UK remarks the international hip-hop artist “Sethoo Gh” as the most influential and sensational hip-hop Super star and songwriter.
He tremendously gained millions of streams and downloads worldwide within few hours after release of his remarkable “come back” and “no pain no gain” album respectively
Some trendy and remarkable tracks of the international hip-hop artist and songwriter “Sethoo Gh” are, come back,no pain no gain, confession,my love, neighbor,show your money and many more.
5.Kojo Oppong Nkrumah;
Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has been lauded for his pragmatic and hands-on approach in steering government’s information arm since the COVID-19 broke in March.
His constant press briefings, clear and concise responses, media tour and communication strategies have won the hearts of many including members of the opposition.
Ghana’s confirmed recorded cases currently stands at 41,212 with 215 deaths which are considered some of the lowest in the world. A lot of healthy and media authorities continue to praise Ghana for some of the bold steps it’s taken in the fight against the pandemic
As the country tries to recover from lockdowns, quarantine and implement social distancing in public spaces, Kojo’s role of instilling trust in the public will be critical.
Mr. Nkrumah was selected as one of 115 leaders by the World Global Forum in their latest World’s Most Promising Leaders under the age of 40.
The Ghanaian afro pop super star “Six stones” emerged with overwhelming trends both in UK and Africa with the greatest streams worldwide with regards to his tremendous project as a songswiter and influential artist.His lyrical concepts are impacted with lots of inspirations and educative.some amazing tracks of Six Stones are ;Mansa, wo nimdie ,wiase aye hu,pampee and many more.He has contributed much to the Ghanaian music kingdom and across the globe as a songswiter and great musician ever who gained millions of streams worldwide after the release of his trendy tracks “wiase aye hu” and “Mansa” tremendously.
From fighting fake pastors to donating in the fight against COVID-19 and impacting his rich knowledge in business to young Ghanaians, controversial legislator, Kennedy Agyepong is winning hearts daily.
The Member of Parliament who turned 60 a few months back became the darling of the media which once disowned him for his vitriolic attack on opponents among others.
He continues to lead effort in educating the masses on COVID-19 and sticking to the required protocols as he himself was infected with the virus.
Erica Armah-Bra Bulu Tandoh popularly known as DJ Switch is solidly crafting a niche for herself as a Disc Jockey and a global leader.
Tandoh’s profile includes playing at world events with leaders such as President Akufo-Addo, Emmanuel Macron, Wyclef Jean and many others in attendance.
She has performed on popular shows like the International Day of the African Child, International Youth Summit of UNFPA, Ghana, All Africa Awards and many more.
She is currently signed on to the Buchwald Talent Agency in the
United States of America
The CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors, Mr Senyo Hosi is currently receiving plaudits and pats on the back for leading a private sector initiative to build Ghana’s First Infectious Disease Center in Accra.
The centre which was built in collaboration with the military and with funds from the Private Sector Fund will be replicated in several parts of the country.
His bold and patriotic actions are one of the few times, a citizen has taken matters into his hands and brought it into reality especially in a country where most rely on government assistance for almost everything.