Ghanaians Make It Onto 2023 Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 Class

Two Ghanaians have made it onto the 30 Under 30 list of Africans named by Forbes in 2023.

They are none other than Mohammed Kudus of the Black Stars and Ajax and Emmanuel Whajah.

 Kudus is 22 years old whereas Whajah is 29 years.

Whajah is a Creative Director, Videographer and owner of Emzy Production Films.

Forbes said the 30 Under 30 personalities are young achievers starting from scratch to build businesses and brands that are solutions-oriented.

This is the ninth edition of the annual event.

“Our newest class of multi-tasking multi-hyphenate entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders show how they will grow human capital, put a dent in issues and lead Africa’s future – on their own terms.”

Others who made it onto the list are Dr Wedu Tose Somolekae, 29, from Botswana {Founder, Medi-Glow Aesthetics}, Rosalia Nghitalesheni Joseph, 28, of Namibia {Regional Coordinator, Women in Vector Control (WIVC), Central and Southern Africa}, Temilade Openiyi / popularly known as Tems, 27, of Nigeria {Singer-songwriter}, Khethokuhle ‘Kay Yarms’ Ngonyama, 29, of South Africa {Beauty Influencer}.

Jacques Jordaan, 27, of South Africa {Co-founder and Director, Specno}, Blessing Joel Abeng, 28, of Nigeria {Co-founder and Director of Communications, Ingressive For Good}, Jessica Mshama, 27, of Tanzania {Founder and CEO, Nakua Na Taifa Langu, Director of Assumpter Digital Schools}, Dricus ‘Still Knocks’ du Plessis, 29, of South Africa {Professional mixed martial artist in Middleweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)} and others.




Source: opemsuo.com/Hajara Fuseini

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