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Hammer, Noel Kojo-Ganson, Akofa Djankui And Other Listed In Inaugural 50 Most Influential CMOs In Ghana

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Hammer, Noel Kojo-Ganson, Akofa Djankui And Other Listed In Inaugural 50 Most Influential CMOs In Ghana

A comprehensive list chronicling the names of the 50 best minds in the sales and marketing field in Ghana have been announced in the inaugural list of the 50 Most Influential CMOs in Ghana.
The list, which is not ranked was compiled by Avance Media, Reset Global People and Afiba Consulting and seeks to recognise the works of the individuals who are motivating performance, broadening your market, creating new trends & brand perception and an impressive financial performance in the Ghanaian market.
The ranking provides a list of heads of marketing, sales and commercial of various companies in Ghana who are doing exciting things to put their companies out there and record impressive marketing performance according to Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media
21 of the 50 people listed are women and sectors cut across media, technology, banking and finance, insurance, food & beverage, telco, oil & gas, insurance etc
According to Kwame A.A Opoku, CEO of Reset Global People, “the reason for putting this list together is to fill a gap because marketing is one of the most instrumental things that drive any cause, movement and product”
The ranking should create a conversation on how do we change the marketing front in Ghana and how do we ensure we are putting the marketing mind at the forefront of change within the corporate world and the country, said, Jesse Agyepong, Managing Partner of Afiba Consulting.
Profiles of the 50 individuals have been published on https://avancemedia.org/profiles-2019-50-most-influential-cmos-in-ghana/

Below is the list of the 2019 50 Most Influential CMOs in Ghana arranged in alphabetical order
1. Abdul-Rahim Siddique || Total Ghana
2. Akofa Djankui || StarTimes Ghana
3. Ali Ajami || Twellium Industries
4. Anne Sackey || MultiChoice Ghana Ltd
5. Asiedua Addae || Standard Chartered Bank
6. Belo Cida Haruna || Indomie Ghana
7. Benedicta Baaba Anokye || SIC Insurance Company Limited
8. Charles Kollo || DreamOval Ltd
9. Daniel A. Pabby || Mantrac Ghana
10. Delali Dzidzienyo || First National Bank Ghana Limited
11. Dennis Baidoo || GNPC Ghana
12. Doreen Plange || Media General
13. Ebenezer Tetteh || Promasidor
14. Edward Nana Poku Osei || A1 Bread
15. Edwin Amoako || Fanmilk Ghana Ltd
16. Ekyi Quarm || Multimedia Group
17. Elaine Arthur || Allianz Life Insurance Ghana
18. Elsie Bram || Hubtel
19. Eric Vlidzo || AfricaWeb Holding
20. Esther Gyebi-Donkor || Ghana Ports & Harbours Authority
21. Eunice Adjei Bonsu || Kasapreko
22. Ewurafua Addo-Atuah || Accra Brewery Limited Ghana
23. Frances Baaba Ofori || Prudential Life Insurance Ghana
24. Francis Anyebase Afulani || Beiersdorf Ghana
25. Georgina Gifty Mensah || Woodin International
26. Gillian Hammah || Databank Group
27. Jennifer Bebli || Donewell Ghana
28. Jerry Boachie-Danquah || Vivo Energy Ghana Ltd
29. Jude Ekow Addison || Wilmar Africa Limited
30. Marcus Deo Dake || GOIL Ghana
31. Mawuko Afadzinu || Stanbic Bank
32. Michael Dowuona Laryea || PZ Cussons
33. Nana Essilfuah Boison || Barclays Ghana
34. Nana Philip Archer || Ghacem
35. Nana Yaa Kissi || Unilever Ghana
36. Noel Kojo-Ganson || MTN Ghana
37. Omane Mensah Bonsu || Omni Media Ltd
38. Patrick Awotwi || Coca Cola Ghana
39. Patrick Kyei || Opportunity International Savings and Loans
40. Petra Aba Asamoah || Akosombo Textiles
41. Phyllis Woode-Nartey || Enterprise Group
42. Raj Mirpuri || BelAqua
43. Richmond Carlos Otu || DHL Global Forwarding
44. Rita Adu Boateng || Old Mutual Ghana
45. Ruweida Salifu || Kempinski Hotel
46. Samori Gambrah || Guinness Ghana
47. Seth Ntiamoah-Asare || Lexta Ghana Limited
48. Tetteh Akornor || Samsung Ghana
49. Tyrone Adu || Devtraco Plus
50. Victoria Abena Takyi || Africa World Airlines

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I’m Thinking About Returning To The Nigerian Team : Manchester United Striker Odion Ighalo

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Manchester United striker, Odion Ighalo, has revealed he is considering returning to the Super Eagles over one year since his retirement.

Ighalo, announced his retirement from international duty with Nigeria after his five-star performance at the Africa cup of nations.

He said having to travel the distance between China where he played for Shanghai Shenhua to Nigeria for national duty was affecting him so he had to retire to allow the young ones take over.

Ighalo moved to England in January, joining Manchester United on loan and
recently extended his loan deal with the Old Trafford outfit until January 2021.

Since his retirement, Victor Osimhen has been leading the Super Eagles attack with the forward scoring three goals during the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games against the Republic of Benin and Lesotho.

Ighalo has now revealed that he has not given up on returning to the Super Eagles team.

“I am still in contact with Gernot Rohr and Amaju Pinnick, and they congratulated me on my loan deal,” Ighalo told Brila FM.

“I am still thinking about returning to the national team, but right now I want to concentrate on my club career.

“I left the national team because of the distance between Nigeria and China, but now that I am in Manchester and just like life and in my career, you never can tell.”

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Don’t Stay Where You Are Not Wanted Come Home : Ghana’s Tourism Minister To Africans Abroad | WATCH

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Hon Barbara Oteng Gyasi, has invited Africans in the diaspora to come home amidst the global outcry against racism.

The Minister was speaking at the memorial ceremony held in Accra today in honour of the late George Floyd.

Watch below.

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Chairman Wontumi Threatens To Mention Names Of People Who Killed Ex-Prez Atta Mills

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Ranking member and Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Bernard Antwi Boasiako, widely known as Chairman Wontumi has threatened to give up names of people connected to the death of former president John Evans Atta Mills.

Known for standing by his assertions, Chairman Wontumi has threatened to tell the issues surrounding the death of the president ie, the cause of death, people involved, and the place he died.

Not too long ago, the son of the late president publicly disclosed that none of the family members have knowledge of his father’s death….. Could this mean there is vital information being hidden from the family and the public?

Well, the unreserved politician is prepared to name and shame people responsible for the death of the former predident and all other people killed under the former government’s admimistration.

He said; ”I am ready to reveal names of all persons killed under John Mahama regime and the people who were contracted to commit such murders”.

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