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NKONKONSA ADJUDGED MOST FOLLOWED GHANAIAN BLOG ON INSTAGRAM instagram page has been adjudged as the most followed blog on Instagram and we placed number 16 in the top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers list.

With the power and influence popular online portals have assumed globally, leading PR & Rating firm, Avance Media has launched an annual research ranking dubbed Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers to unveil the faces behind the most read and popular blogs owned and run by Ghanaians.

The ranking which features bloggers from diverse sectors such as entertainment, lifestyle, education, fashion, technology, health, relationship and others is intended to annually feature Ghanaian bloggers whose blogs have distinguished themselves as a source of credible information, education & entertainment according to the MD of Avance Media, Prince Akpah. He further stated that; beyond serving as netizen ambassadors of Ghana, these individuals’ blogs must also be devoid of fake news and the propagation of negative propaganda.

According to the 2018 ranking, founder of, Toni Kusi ranked as the most influential blogger claiming the top spot.

With the ranking featuring a limited number of females, Jemila Abdulai of emerged as the most influential female blogger and number 32 on the overall ranking.

Using estimated traffic data & social media influence as key indicators for the ranking, the research also unveiled Ameyaw Debrah as the most followed blogger across Social Media and also on twitter. run by Nana Tamakloe leads as the most followed blog on Facebook with also run by Eugene Osafo-Nkansah as the most followed blog on Instagram.

In furthering their pursuit to support bloggers, Avance Media will in March 2019 convene the first edition of the Ghana Bloggers Summit, an initiative which will bring bloggers together to network, share and learn among themselves to project a good image of Ghana. More information on the summit is available via

Below are the 2018 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers and their blogs:

1.         Toni Kusi ||

2.         Seckloawu Bless ||

3.         Stephen Zoure ||

4.         Chris-Vincent Agyapong ||

5.         Fiifi Adinkra ||

6.         Nana Tamakloe ||

7.         Ameyaw Debrah ||

8.         Chris Handler ||

9.         Nii Atakora Mensah ||

10.   Akesse Sanza ||

11.   John-Bunya Klutse ||

12.   Kofi Cephas ||

13.   Felix Adomako Mensah ||

14.   Ellis Ferdinand ||

15.   Isaac Aidoo ||

16.   Eugene Osafo-Nkansah ||

17.   Frimpong Prince ||

18.   Eugene Nyavor ||

19.   Kwadjo Panyin ||

20.   David Mawuli ||

21.   Felix Akakpo ||

22.   George Britton ||

23.   Elorm Beenie ||

24.   Ebenezer Anangfio ||

25.   Shadrach Annang ||

26.   Abraham Odartey Lamptey ||

27.   Augustus Koranteng Kyei ||

28.   Jonilar Laryea  ||

29.   Pep Junia ||

30.   Ekow Simpson ||

31.   Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkor  ||

32.   Jemila Abdulai ||

33.   Kubinho Acolatse ||

34.   Yaw Sarpong ||

35.   Tony Asankomah & Lewis Opoku ||

36.   Keni Kodjo ||

37.   Afua Rida ||

38.   Amegavi Samuel ||

39.   Mac-Jordan Degadjor ||

40.   Kris Sowah ||

41.   Kwao Lezzes-Tyt ||

42.   Edward Blagogee ||

43.   Naa Oyoo Kumodzi ||

44.   Mustapha Nii-okai Inusah ||

45.   Barimah Amoaning ||

46.   Emmanuel Arhin ||

47.   Jullie Jay-Kanz ||

48.   Charles Wudengba ||

49.   Kobby Blay ||

50.   Kajsa Hallberg Adu ||



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