Abraham Nii Attah, Ghanaian Hollywood Actor confirmed the Youngest Most Influential Person in Ghana; a country with over 24million estimated people.
According to the annual research conducted by eTV, a member of the Global Media Alliance Group in partnership with PKF & Associates an audit firm, Abraham Attah is the 46th Most Influential Person in Ghana and the only teenager to make the list.
Ghana’s Most Influential 2016(GMI) is a yearly affair and an initiative of ETV Ghana in partnership with audit firm PKF & Associates. It consists of individuals whose works have positively impacted society and their community.
The budding Award winning young Ghanaian Hollywood actor Abraham Attah clinched the 46th position on the list this year and is on record as the youngest ever to have made the list and as a matter of fact, that position.
Abraham Attah played the role of “Agu”, a child soldier in the Netflix Hollywood award winning movie Beasts of No Nation.
Abraham Attah is elated and humbled by such a feat and endorsement and aims to continue using his influence to impact the lives of all positively.
The list saw our former presidents His Excellencies John Agyekum Kufour and Jerry John Rawlings clinching the 5th and 22nd positions respectively, The current president his Excellency John Mahama grabbed the 14th position, with business icon Osei Kwame Despite at the 17th position. The Entertainment industry was present with BET award winners Sakordie and Stonebwoy grabbing the 25th and 54th positions respectively.
In a quick interview on this recognition, Abraham Attah said he was happy and will continue to use his brand to impact society positively.
“My management informed me this morning and l am very happy about it. From my humble beginnings to this stage where l dine with influential people in society,and now named the Youngest Most Influential Person in a country of over 24 million people? Its a great feeling. This actually challenges me to do more with my brand” Abraham said.
The multi award winning actor also shared his thoughts on the up coming elections in November.
“Peace is priceless and this year been an election year,I pray we all hold dear the peace we enjoy as a country and continue to make it our priority to hold it sacred. It is our duty as a people to ensure the peace we have and enjoy, stays with us forever no matter what” he concluded.
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