Ghana is again represented in the selection of the Institut Choiseul which annually identifies “the 200 young African leaders aged 40 and under, called to play an important role in the development of Africa in the near future”.

On the ranking of 200 people of which we have a copy, there are six Ghanaians, four of whom are women.

The Choiseul 100 Africa is an annual study independently carried out by the Institut Choiseul. It identifies and ranks the young African leaders of 40 years old and below, who will play a major role in the continent’s economic development in the near future.

Bellow is the list of Ghanaians selected:

Sangu DELLE (65th)

Chief Executive Officer
Golden Palm Investments
• Harvard, Oxford
• Co-Founder and President, Cleanacwa Inc. (2013-21)

Founder (96th)
Kaeme Cosmetics
• Sciences Po Paris
• Press and Information Officer, Delegation of the European
Union in Accra (2013)

Alloysius ATTAH (134th)
Chief Executive Officer • Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Farmerline • Project Manager, TAHMO Initiative (since 2014)

Regional Head
IBM North, East and West Africa
• London Metropolitan University, Harvard
• Chief of Staff to IBM SVP Global Markets, IBM (2019-20)

Anne NUTSUKLO (189th)
Chief Executive Officer
• Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, MEST Ghana
• Co-founder, mySMEPortal (2016-17)

Kosi Yankey (199th)
Executive Director
Ghana Enterprises Agency
• Wesleyan University, Harvard, MIT
• Director, National Board for Small Scale Industries (2017-21)

Source: AfrikPage