Ghana Youth Excellence Awards: Celebrating entrepreneurial spirit among young people in the country

Winnifred Aba Amissah
Winnifred Aba Amissah
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The Ghana Youth Excellence Awards was a glittering affair that took place at the prestigious Accra Metropolitan Assembly on 20th May, 2023.

The groundbreaking event, organized by Apex Africa Concept and spearheaded by the visionary CEO, Osman Nuhu, aimed to empower the youth and recognize their contributions to entrepreneurship and national development.

The theme of this inaugural edition was “The Ghanaian Youth is Relevant in National Development and Nation Building.”

As the night commenced, participants were buzzing with excitement and anticipation, where the red carpet was rolled out for the arrival of dignitaries, entrepreneurs, and talented young individuals from all corners of Ghana.

The evening’s program featured various categories that highlighted different aspects of entrepreneurship. From tech startups to creative arts, leadership and fashion, the awards spanned a wide range of industries, demonstrating the diversity and talent within Ghana’s youth.

In case you missed, here is a full list of the awardees of Ghana Youth Excellence Awards, 2023:

Community Development Youth of the Year – Evans Otto Larbie,

Content Creator of the Year – Festus Boamah,

Dancehall/Reggae Artiste of the Year  – Kojo Kombolo,

DJ of the Year – DJ Strong Tower,

Emerging Artiste of the Year – Aminu Mamudu Lawani,

Event Company/Company of the Year – Top-Nourish Education Centre,

Fashion Designer of the Year – Kekeli Anipa,

Fashion Personality of the Year – Sampson D Agbley(Sedem Theboss),

Foundation/Ngo of the Year – Godfada Gh Houston (Inside Life Loe),

Graphic Designer of the Year – Tih Richmond Sena,

Hairstylist/Barber of the Year – Appiah Ofori Wiafe Lawrence,

Makeup Artist of the Year – Yeesha Signatures,

Mc/Hypeman of the Year – Prince-Felix Oko Botchway,

Movie/Series of the Year – The Pregnant Virgin,

Music Producer/Engineer of the Year – Pkb Yorke,

Outstanding Youth Personality of the Year – Stephen Doffoe Forson,

Pencil Visual Artiste of the Year – Felix Frimpong,

Social Media Influencer of the Year – Oppong Fidelis,

Spoken Word Artiste of the Year – Clevester,

Sports Journalist of the Year – Joseph Appiah Boahine,

Sports Personality of the Year – Dramani Theophilus Innocent,

Therapist Of The Year of the Year – Dr. Yaw Twum,

Video Director/Producer of the Year – Ziblim Mohammed Sa-Ad,

Youth Advocate/Activist of the Year – Yvonne Ewurama Osei,

Youth Artiste of the Year – Kountry Vibe,

Youth Athlete of the Year – Abdul Razak Mohammed,

Youth Author/Writer of the Year – Emmanuel Wemegah,

Youth Blogger/Publisher of the Year – Emmanuel Obugyei Dadzie,

Youth C.E.O of the Year – Godfada Gh Houston,

Youth Entrepreneur of the Year – Franklin Dzorvakpor,

Youth In Technology/It Personality of the Year – Richard Kwafo,

Youth Leader of the Year – Godfada Gh Houston,

Youth Media Personality of the Year – Steve Owusu,

Youth Model of the Year – Kekeli Blaybou,

Youth Nurse/Doctor of the Year – Blaise Ackom,

Youth Philanthropist of the Year – Godfada Gh Houston,

Youth Photographer of the Year – Michael Azumah,

Youth Politician of the Year – Bright Lambongang Lofty,

Youth Teacher of the Year – Louis Kusi Frempong.

However, one of the standout winners of the night was Godfada Gh Houston, who emerged as the most awarded personality at the event for the Youth Philanthropist, Youth Leader, Foundation/Ngo, and Youth C.E.O of the Year categories.

Here are some excerpts from the event

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