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Photos: Samsung Galaxy S4 officially unveiled in Ghana



Samsung Glaxy s4 launch in Ghana George Ferreira, VP and COO of Samsung Electronics Africa presenting Samsung Galaxy S4 phone to Ghana’s Minister for Communications[/caption] Ghana on Friday evening became the first in West Africa to witness the official launch of the fourth generation GALAXY S – the GALAXY S4. According Samsung Electronics,  Samsung GALAXY S4 was developed to redefine the way people live and to maximise a fulfilment of life. This sleek and innovative smart-phone makes every moment of life very meaningful; it understands the value of relationships, enabling true connections with friends and family; it believes in the importance of effortless experience, making life easy and hassle-free; and, “it empowers life, taking care of your well-being”. 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Available in two colour options – Black Mist and White Frost – at launch, it will follow a variety of additional colour options later this year Samsung also announced that it will be providing Pan African customers with a 24-month Accidental Damage from Handling (ADH) warranty to cover screen and liquid damages to the GALAXY S4 at no extra charge, a world first from a device manufacturer level. According to officials, “This warranty is yet another way Samsung is showing its commitment to customer service by introducing it as standard on the GALAXY S4 and will be extended to other Samsung devices in the months to come, ” said George Ferreira, VP and COO of Samsung Electronics Africa. In the event of damage, the customer will then be able to take the device to an authorised Samsung Service centre. The Samsung Service centre will replace the screen or board free of charge with no incident fee having to be paid by the customer. This warranty will cover only screen and liquid damages. Customers will be limited to two incidents per 24-month period that can be two screen, two liquid, or one incident of each. At the Samsung GALAXY S4 local launch event, Samsung Electronics also unveiled a suite of exciting new content services including Samsung Hub, an integrated multimedia content store offering a comprehensive media experience, providing videos, books, games and learning content within a stunning magazine-style display. Samsung Apps – the Samsung Apps store-front has been upgraded, boasting a similar look and feel as the magazine-style Samsung Hub. This store enables a new service that allows users to browse through a rich pool of applications that are optimised for Samsung devices specifically, as well as provide users with popular applications directly from Google Play. Searching and downloading apps has never been this easy – with a single Samsung account sign-on for Samsung Apps and Samsung Hub, users are guaranteed easy accessibility to a variety of content and a fulfilling user experience when searching for their favourite apps. Further to this, the Samsung Samsung ChatON for GALAXY S4 offers a holistic communication experience by combining fun and creative text messaging with a high quality mVoIP/Video Chatting service. You can enjoy high quality video and voice chat with up to two friends on a Wi-Fi and mobile network, as well as easily switching from text chat to video/voice chat and vice versa. The ‘Dual Camera’ feature, which allows both rear and front cameras to take simultaneous photos and videos, means you can now also share both images during a video call. And for the ultimate sharing experience, the ‘Share Screen’ feature enables you to share your phone screen and the ability to control this with a friend during a one-to-one call, without having to download and upload files to their device.   Group Play enables users to experience sharing photos, music, documents and games with their friends wherever they are, without the need for a network environment. Pre-loaded game content will be provided on the GALAXY S4. Samsung is opening its SDK to the public, encouraging more partner development companies to develop various types of games in the future, further embracing its philosophy of innovation conceived by people in order to inspire them in return.  ]]>

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African Science Academy (ASA) students graduate and poised to impact the world with STEM



African Science Academy (ASA) has held its 7th graduation ceremony honouring young women equipped with the skills and knowledge in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) to drive innovation and development across Africa and beyond.

The ceremony showcased the resilience and dedication of these young women hailing from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda, Cameroon, Zambia and other African countries who, in the last ten months with resilience and determination have completed the globally recognised Cambridge International A-Levels in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, and Physics, all on full scholarships. The students also studied robotics and computer programming. During their speeches, the graduates articulated their readiness to apply their newly acquired skills and pledged to be good ambassadors of ASA.

In 2016, the Chair of African Gifted Foundation, Dr. Tom Ilube, founded ASA, an all-girls STEM-focused academy for gifted African girls from low-income backgrounds. The Founder of ASA, Dr. Tom Ilube, in his welcome address, emphasised the global impact of investing in African youth, expressing confidence in the graduates’ capacity to drive change. 

He said: “Do you know that it has been predicted that by 2050, Africa’s population will be 2.5 billion people, it will be a quarter of the world’s entire population. So whatever happens in Africa, impacts the entire world. If you have an impact here, it impacts the whole world.” Dr. Tom also emphasised that graduates of the African Science Academy will be creators of global technological trends and not predictors.


In her opening remarks to the graduation of the Class of 2024, the Headteacher of ASA, Gifty Ghansah, praised the graduates for their tenacity and highlighted the comprehensive skill set they developed over the 10-month journey. She urged them to challenge the status quo and strive for excellence, asserting, “You have the power to make a significant impact.”

“The journey through this program has not just equipped you with technical knowledge and skills, but also, it has forced resilience, creativity, and a problem-solving mindset. These attributes are not only the foundation of your future careers but also crucial in addressing the global challenges we face today,” she noted. Touching on the uniqueness of the 2024 cohort, Ms. Ghansah highlighted perseverance, eagerness to learn and excel, and the can-do spirit, adding that the collective support among themselves “will remain a very beautiful memory with me.”

The British High Commissioner to Ghana, her Excellency Harriet Thompson, highlighted her admiration for ASA’s students, noting their abilities as sources of optimism and hope for the future. “Every time I come here (ASA), I am inspired by you students. You are doing amazing things. I always leave ASA feeling optimistic. No matter what challenges have been on my mind through my day job or when I watch the news, I always leave ASA thinking it is okay. The world is in good hands because of ASA,” she remarked.

In his remarks, the Regional Director (Middle East and Africa) at Apple Inc., David Chisholm, shared insights from his career, urging the graduates to find joy in their work, build positive relationships, and maintain a balanced life. Additionally, he praised their sincerity and urgency in contributing to their community while reminding them of the significant responsibilities laid on them by their families, community and girls who will follow them through ASA.


Among the other dignitaries who graced the ceremony with their presence were the trustees of the African Gifted Foundation (AGF), the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Business and Financial Times (B&FT), Representatives from UN and UNFPA, Technip FMC, University of Warwick, Aya Data, alumnae of ASA, parents, among others.

Head and Deputy School Prefects, Emmaculate Wey Amu Adiba and Bernice Blanney Tetteh, expressed gratitude to Dr. IIube for the opportunity given them as well as Ms. Ghansah together with the ASA staff for their unwavering support. 

“We are who we are today because of our founder Dr. Tom Ilube, who made it possible for this prestigious institution and hence these butterflies of change to come into existence. We owe our growth and membership as a part of this community to our dear headteacher Ms. Gifty Ghansah. We also thank every member of staff for all their advice,” she said. Highlighting the challenges, they prefects mentioned adapting to the new curriculum at ASA as one of them, which they eventually overcame with the support of their able teachers and fellow sisters.

As part of the ceremony, students received several awards with Precious Agyei from Ghana, receiving Best Student in A-Level Further Maths and Overall Best Student in Academics.

Categories Awardee
1 Best Student in A-level Maths Belise Hirwa Umurerwa
2 Best Student in A-level Further Maths Precious Agyei
3 Best Student in A-level Physics Nicole Mutesi  & Mirabel Ukazu
4 Overall Best Student in Academics Precious Agyei
5 Outstanding Development Award Mary Amissah
6 All round Student Award Belise Hirwa Umurerwa
Non –Academic Awards
7 Most disciplined student Bernice Blanney Tetteh
8 ASA Resilience Award Sylvia Akanpawine & Mavis Marfo
9 ASA Ambassador Bernice Blanney Tetteh
10 Exceptional Dedication award Belise Hirwa Umurerwa & Mariama Ayaaba Alhassan
11 ASA Excellence Award Emmaculate Wey Amu Adiba
12 ASA Award for Integrity Bernice Blanney Tetteh
13 ASA Ambition award Jane Seyram Ocloo
14 ASA Caring Community Award Belise Hirwa Umurerwa
15 ASA Empowerment Award Precious Agyei
16 ASA Innovation Award Nuna  Aseye  Afi  Nyamekor,  Mirabel  Ukazu  &
Zakia Mahamudu Sisse
17 ASA Creativity Award Neolla Theodette Uwabeza & June Njiru
18 ASA Diversity Award Chinelo Adaugo Nnamdi-Kanu


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The 2024 Overall Winner Gold Medal for the International Packaging Design Student Competition organised by the World Packaging Organisation (WPO), has been presented to Ms. Edna Akyaa Amo-Duah on behalf of a three member team from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), at an impressive WorldStar Global Packaging Awards ceremony held in Bangkok, Thailand under the auspices of the 31st Propak Asia Packaging and Processing Exhibition.


This esteemed prize celebrates students commitment to designing outstanding packaging. The competition aims at encouraging and showing the talents and innovative ideas of students in the field of packaging. In addition to the Overall Winner Gold Award, the packaging design by the KNUST team consisting of Edna, Barthelomew Nyarko and Maxine Naa Adoley Allotey-Quist received a Gold Medal for the Best Food Packaging, Silver for Sustainable Packaging and Bronze for Packaging that Saves Food. The WPO Vice President for Education, Mr. Kofi Essuman, presented the four medals to Edna, 

The competition attracted 253 entries from 25 countries of which 137 were selected for finalist awards. Each entry was judged and scored by a global panel from 49 countries. The KNUST entry designated Alpha Biopac stood out above all the entries. It is a robust, eco-friendly and sustainable box made from water hyacinth fibreboard. It is intended to enable effective handling, storage and transportation of smoked fish.


The second Overall Winner Silver Award – a Sushi Takeaway packaging – went to Jeremy Marchant of the University of New South Wales, Australia.  The bronze award winning entry, an innovative carton-in-carton Health and Personal Care sunscreen packaging was presented to California Polytechnic State University. 

Ghana presented seven entries from KNUST, University of Ghana, University for Development Studies, Ho Technical University and Koforidua Technical University. All these packaging designs received awards at the 5th Students Packaging Research and Innovation Challenge organized by the Institute of Packaging, Ghana and Royal Crown Packaging Company in 2023. Qualiplast Ghana Ltd, Kasapreko. The Packaging Innovation Challenge was sponsored by Access Bank, ePac, Brand Innovation and Premaxks Communications. Six of the entries reached the Finalist Stage of the WorldStar Competition and received certificates of recognition.

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               Alpha Biopac for packaging; storage and transportation of smoked fish  

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Edna Amo-Duah with the Medals




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Scent of Africa Unveils Fik and Gleti – New Fragrances Celebrating African Heritage



Scent of Africa proudly launched its latest luxury his and hers fragrance duo, Fik and Gleti. The exclusive cocktail launch event took place at the upscale Tribeca restaurant in Airport Residential, known for its Hawaiian influences. This new duo is the fourth pair to emerge from the famed Eternal Legends Collection, inspired by African mythology. Like its predecessors, Fik and Gleti were developed by international perfumers and produced in Ghana. It features indigenous ingredients from across Africa and is encapsulated in an extraordinary, award-winning bottle design.

Under the stars in the exceptional outdoor space, the event welcomed Scent of Africa’s VIP clients, celebrities, influencers, and brand enthusiasts. Key highlights included the exciting official reveal of the fragrance duo along with its advertisement campaign, both at the event and simultaneously on the brand’s digital platforms. The event also featured other perfumes from the collection—Rakh & Nefee; Hagé & Laïka; and Bézi & Bellua —which have made waves across the world. Guests were particularly drawn into the world of Fik and Gleti, learning about their unique stories and indulging in their distinctive olfactory creations.

Fik pays tribute to the Efik people of Nigeria, drawing inspiration from Abassi, the god of the sky. This fragrance embodies elegance and charisma, crafted for the man who effortlessly attracts and unites others with his charm. Fik combines the emblematic aromatic freshness of rosemary and myrtle from Tunisia with the spiciness of ginger essence from Nigeria. The masculine florality of Egyptian geranium is made sensual by fir balsam, creating a captivating, masculine trail.  Perfumer Nelly Hachem-Ruiz describes the magnetic woody fragrance as “a vibrant and mysterious twilight where the triumph of wild nature prevails.”

Gleti is inspired by the moon goddess of the Fon people from the Dahomey kingdom. This fragrance embodies femininity, captivating all with her radiant beauty and empowering presence, designed for the woman who naturally stands out and influences those around her with grace and elegance. Gleti encompasses a juicy and faceted pear, which is wrapped in the petals of a bouquet of white flowers. The Tunisian Neroli returns the ball to the Egyptian Jasmine for a beautiful ballet of feminity. Ylang of Madagascar and Egyptian Cassie crowns it all with a solar and luminous scent. The association of comfy musks with contrasted woods comes to give the character. Perfumer Julien Rasquinet describes Gleti as “an olfactory jewel, made of noble materials for undisputed nocturnal elegance.”


Tanal Ghandour, Founder of Scent of Africa said “We celebrate our growth with the launch of Fik and Gleti, our newest fragrances in the Eternal Legends Collection. We are proud of our achievements and the international acclaim Scent of Africa is receiving. As we continue this journey, our vision is to showcase African artistry to the world with each step. Thank you to our team, partners, and supporters.”

The trailblazing Eternal Legends Collection has enjoyed significant success, contributing to the global fragrance industry through African innovation and artistry. To connect with the brand online, visit and follow on social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube) using the handle @scentofafrica. Discover these fragrances as they rise from Africa and spread their essence across the continent and the world.

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Meet Demzy Baye: the force behind ‘Yeshua’ and ‘Darling Jesus’ dance challenges



Demzy Baye has transitioned from nursing to becoming an award-winning internet sensation, adored by the youth for his viral dance challenges. He is only getting started. Here is his story. (more…)

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12 Assumptions Slowing Down Your Performance (And How EI Can Come To Your Rescue) – I



Dr. Abiola Salami

It is said that assumption is the lowest level of intelligence because greatness is anything but accidental; it is intentional and deliberate. Assumptions can be used as placeholders pending the arrival of empirical data. In the marketplace, sustainable growth cannot be a result of assumptions because scare resources would then be used on a trial and error basis instead of an objective and scientific approach which sufficiently explains the different relationships amongst the variables at play. Assumption in itself is an indictment on both self-leadership and organizational leadership because it underscores the lack of investment in personal development as well as research and development.

Emotional intelligence therefore becomes a critical antidote to assumptions because it literally operates on intelligence. Emotional intelligence empowers a people and by extension, the organization with awareness of themselves first because without that, nothing else can really be achieved. It follows the iconic submission of famed Greek philosopher, Socrates, “man know thyself”. Unsurprisingly, there is a direct correlation between knowing oneself and knowing what one can do. Thus, assumptions can cripple a person or organization’s output, thankfully, emotional intelligence can come to the rescue.

As we host leaders across the globe to drive transformational leadership with The Magic of Emotional IntelligenceTM in Mombasa, Kenya from June 23rd – 29th 2024, we present to you in the next 3 episodes, 12 Assumptions slowing down your performance and how emotional intelligence can come to your rescue. 

Assumption #1 – More Meetings Are A Sign Of Productivity


The key word here is productivity, not activity. Many organizations erroneously believe that when team members meet to discuss ideas or tasks more regularly, it automatically equates more productivity – it doesn’t exactly work that way. A meeting, especially the first, is designed to deconstruct an idea not only to understandable bits but also to assign those bits to the appropriate personnel or departments. The time meetings consume is actually a cost especially when it is not offset by positive returns. Whilst periodic meetings are great for reiterating ideas and team bonding but it should never be seen as a key performance indicator because many meetings only repeat previous talking points with different words. Achievement orientation is a signature of emotional intelligence helps people and organizations strive for excellence and continuously seek out ways of doing things better. Little wonder English-born American author and cartoonist Ashleigh Brilliant said Our meetings are held to discuss many problems which would never arise if we held fewer meetings. 

Assumption #2 – Aptitude Is More Important Than Attitude

This sounds really logical on paper but in the real world, this assumption has been proven wrong time and time again. Not to dismiss the importance of technical skills, soft skills have gained a notoriety in a world that is increasingly responsive to people relations. There are documented instances where an employee has more degrees than a thermometer but fails terribly at working with other team members. Your certification alone is not of much value to any organization because the concept of the workplace is the collaboration of talents in a way that is productive and profitable. When everyone in the organization is open to receiving feedback, it can help individuals better understand themselves and better relate with colleagues.

Assumption #3 – Everyone Understands A Brief


This is a situation when a leader assumes that since an idea is great and has been shared with the rest of the team, everyone understands it and should just go with the programme. This assumption often leads to low productivity because of the gulf between expectations and actual outcomes. In reality, reiteration is necessary for comprehension. We must remember that there is nothing like over-communication; in fact – communication isn’t done until we receive the desired feedback. This means that leaders must always check for understanding when a task is assigned. One of the smartest ways to conduct this check is to ask the listeners to state such share their understanding of the task in their own words. Adaptability is one of the critical skills of emotional intelligence both leaders and team members must develop. When leaders and team members are adaptable, they can respond positively to a new idea. 

Assumption #4 – Training Should Be for Only Top Executives

Erroneously, some organizations see training of staff members as a cost and needs to be minimized, rather than an investment that needs to be optimized. Hence, the discriminatory perception is flawed as it leads to low productivity because expertise isn’t only needed on a strategic level but also on an operational level. Execution is everything; what use is a brilliant idea from top management with inadequate competence to execute it on the operational level? Productivity is an end-to-end game; every employee is as important as the other. Available data shows that 70% of employees would be somewhat likely to leave their current job to work for an organization known for investing in employee development and learning. Positive outlook is one of the critical skills of emotional intelligence leaders must develop in order to see the best in people; this will result in a more egalitarian approach to talent development.

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To further position your leaders for peak performance, you can download a free copy of the latest edition of The Peak Performer Magazine You can also enrol your Mid-level  Leadership Team for the Made4More Accelerator Program and your Senior Leadership Team for the Dr. Abiola Salami International Leadership Bootcamp MOMBASA 2024 We also have an upcoming training for leaders in public service 

About Dr. Abiola Salami

Dr. Abiola Salami is the Convener of Dr Abiola Salami International Leadership Bootcamp and The Peak PerformerTM. He is the Principal Performance Strategist at CHAMP – a full scale professional services firm trusted by high performing business leaders for providing Executive Coaching, Workforce Development & Advisory Services to improve performance. You can reach his team on [email protected] and connect with him @abiolachamp on all social media platforms.

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The National FMCG Summit and Awards 2024 Celebrates Excellence in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Industry for its Third Consecutive Year



The National FMCG Summit and Awards, now in its third edition, took center stage once again to honor brands and organizations that have consistently delivered on their brand promises amidst challenging market dynamics. The event, which serves as a hallmark in recognizing outstanding achievements in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector, brought together key industrial players, stakeholders, and enthusiasts to celebrate innovation, resilience, and excellence.

Kicking off the evening with a poignant keynote address was Mr. Gideon Raji, CEO of Global Ovations, the producers of the Annual FMCG Summit Awards. Mr. Raji commended businesses for their unwavering commitment to excellence despite the uncertainties brought forth by global economic factors and increased taxation. He highlighted the significance of resilience and consistency in navigating the ever-evolving landscape of the FMCG industry.

Distinguished guests, including Esther Cobber and delegates from the Ministry of Trade and Industry, FDA amongst others graced the occasion, underscoring the importance of collaboration and partnership in driving sustainable growth and development within the sector.

The summit showcased best practices from industry titans such as Coca-Cola, Guinness Ghana, and Unilever, setting the benchmark for innovation and excellence in product development, marketing strategies, and customer engagement. Also a plenary session featuring Barbara Incoom (Marketing Director ,Delta Paper mill) as the moderator and seasoned plenary speakers such as Ato Micah-Maverick Research MD, Taniya Monda MD, OMD Ghana, Abiodum Ayodeji , Commercial Director Promasidor Ghana and Dr.Kobby Mensah Associate Professor,UG-Business School .
As the night unfolded, the spotlight shone brightly on the deserving winners who exemplified excellence across various categories. Their dedication to quality, sustainability, and consumer satisfaction reaffirmed their status as trailblazers in the FMCG landscape.

The National FMCG Summit and Awards 2024 proved to be a testament to the resilience and ingenuity of the FMCG industry, setting the stage for continued growth, innovation, and collaboration in the years to come.


The National FMCG Awards 2024 winners have been listed below.

National FMCG Emerging Brand of the Year- Kivo, National FMCG Child Oral Care Product of the Year- Kel Kids Toothpaste, National FMCG Tissue Brand of the Year- Flora Kids

Handkerchief, National FMCG Organic Baby Food of the Year- Arise Porridge, National FMCG

Baby and Child Skin Care Product of the Year- Baby Boy/Baby Care Range of the Products,


National FMCG Cocoa/Dairy Product of the Year- U Fresh Soy Chocolate Drink, National

FMCG Hair Brand of the Year – Darling Hair, National FMCG Outstanding Brand of the year-

Fortune Rice, National FMCG Marketing Icon of the Year (Beauty and Hair care)- Angela

Ayishetu Baba, National FMCG Eco – Friendly Initiative of the Year- Guinness Ghana


Transparent PET bottles, National FMCG Non – Carbonated Drink of the Year- Ekumfi Fruit

Juice, National FMCG Biscuit brand of the Year – McBerry Biscuits, National FMCG Food

Service of the Year – CEQA Foods and Beverages Limited, National FMCG Outstanding

marketing leader of the year – Ewuraba Adusei, National FMCG Personal Care Brand of the


Year – Geisha Soap, National FMCG Still Water of the Year – Bel Aqua Premium, National

FMCG Emerging Product of the year – Kivo Pepper, National FMCG Brand Builder of the Year

(female) – Maame Adwoa Markin, National FMCG Most Promising Business Leader of the Year

(Male) – Ding Qing, National FMCG Haircare Brand of the Year- BO 16, National FMCG


Innovative Excellence in Leadership Award (Media Agency) – Taniya Mondal, National FMCG

Outstanding Leader in Home-grown Food Service – Christian Boakye Yiadom, National FMCG

Tomato Manufacturing Company of the Year – Happy Sunshine Manufacturing Company,

National FMCG Fragrance and Doe's Brand of the Year – Scent of Africa, National FMCG


International Beverage distribution company of the Year (Wine & Spirits) – Imexco Ghana,

National FMCG Insecticide Brand of the Year – Sasso Insecticide, National FMCG Homecare

brand of the Year – Jamaa Soap, National FMCG Outstanding Marketing Director of the Year –

Ali Ajami, National FMCG Champagne Brand of the Year – Moët and Chandon, National


FMCG Icon of the Year (Personal Care) – Ye Wei, National FMCG Flavored Drink of the year –

Bigoo, National FMCG Corporate Communications Director of the Year – Sylvia Owusu

Ankomah, National FMCG Most Promising Brand of the Year (Sauce and Ketchup) – La Vonce

Tomato Paste, National FMCG Cocoa RTD brand of the Year – KOA natural cocoa fruit juice,


National FMCG Shero of the Year (Baby Food) – Nana Achiaa Ankrah Addo-Agyekum,

National FMCG CSR Campaign on Women Empowerment of the Year – (Coca-Cola) Economic

Inclusion of Marginalized Women living in Urban Areas, National FMCG, National FMCG

Ultimate Excellence Innovation in Leadership (Spreads and Condiments) – Vishant Chanrai,


National FMCG Ultimate Excellence in Leadership (Non-Carbonated Beverages) – Kow Sam,

National FMCG Marketing Manager of the Year ( Non-Alcoholic Beverages ) – Magnus Dey,

National FMCG Most promising leader of the Year – Yaa Amoah-Owusu, National FMCG

Brand of the Year (Baby Care) – Soft Care Baby Diaper, National FMCG Brand with a Purpose –


Coca-Cola, National FMCG Excellence Execution in Media Planning – OMD, National FMCG

Sales Personality of the Year – Frank Essel Wilson, National FMCG Excellence in Brand Media

Management – Billy Jones Owusu Yeboah, National FMCG Brand Builder of the Year (Male) –

Papa Kwaku Owusu Agyemang Osei, National FMCG Confectionary Brand of the Year – Perk


Biscuits, National FMCG Culinary Brand of the Year – Tasty Tom Enriched Tomato Mix,

National FMCG Carbonated Soft drink of the year – Bel Cola, National FMCG Innovative

Confectionary Product of the Year – Top Choco Coconut Spread, National FMCG Quick Meal of

the Year – Kivo Gari, National FMCG Legacy brand of the Year ( Alcoholic Beverages) –


Guinness FES, National FMCG Legacy Brand of the Year (Home care) – Keysoap, National

FMCG Legacy Brand of the Year (Spreads and Condiments) – Blue Band Margarine, National

FMCG People's Choice Spirit Brand of the Year – Johnnie Walker, National FMCG Innovative Personality of the Year (Sauce and Ketchup) – Mars Du, National FMCG Marketing Excellence Award(Beverages) – Raj Mirpuri, National FMCG Outstanding Excellence Leader of the Year (Beauty & Personal Care) – Tanal Ghandour, National FMCG Excellence in Leadership Award (Alcoholic Beverage Distribution) – Feghali Jean-Paul, National FMCG Indigenous Dairy Brand of the Year – Nana Milk, National FMCG Innovative Leadership Award

– Anian Schreiber, National FMCG Ultimate FMCG Brand of the Year – Pepsodent, National FMCG Transformational Leader of the Year – Abiodun Ayodeji, 

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