Oppong Nkrumah named Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum

Oppong Nkrumah named Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum

- Ghana’s Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has been listed as a Young Global Leader for 2020

- Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is among 115 leaders selected as the World’s Most Promising Leader under the age of 40

- The World Economic Forum (WEF) made the announcement on Wednesday March 11, 2020

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Ghana’s Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has been listed as a Young Global Leader for 2020 by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The selection was made known on Wednesday March 11, 2020, from WEF Head Quarters in Davos.

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is among 115 leaders chosen as the World’s Most Promising Leader under the age of 40 selected from more than 2,000 nominations around the world.

The forum also selected the Prime Minister of Findland Sanna Marin, Vive-President of Ecuador Otto Sonnenholzner, Chief Economist Allianz Germany Ludovic Subran and Meagan Rapinoe, yhe Seniro Captain of the US Women’s National Team.

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Oppong Nkrumah named Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum

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The chosen finalists were chose following a rigorous process and are expected to continue driving innovation for positive change across civil society, arts, culture, government and business over a period of years.

They are also expected to use their acumen and competencies as exclusive peeps to develop the vision, courage, and influence to engineer positive progress in the world.

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah together with the other selected leaders are also expected to improve the quality of lives and enhance livelihoods.

Aligned with the World Economic Forum’s mission, the leaders seek to drive public-private cooperation amongst these special actors to showcase entrepreneurship in the global public interest.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that while it may appear that visually-impaired musicians are somewhat challenged from realising their full creative potential and limited from exploiting other aspects of their lives, Ebenezer Novi challenges these perceptions.

Born blind, 29-year-old Ebenezer, a former student at the Akropong School for the Blind has gone back to his Alma matter not as student but as a pianist.

Ebenezer Novi reveals that he is an old student of the school for the blind and the choirmaster is his teacher. He revealed that the choirmaster trained and so her went back to help. At 18, Novi started learning how to play the piano and over the years, he has perfected the skill.

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