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Charles Wundengba named Among 2020 Top Ghanaian Bloggers by Avance Media

  • Post last modified:April 23, 2023

Ghanaian business and entrepreneurship blogger, Charles Wundengba, has been named in the 2020 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers list released by Avance Media on 26th May, 2020.

Charles Wundengba occupied the 48th position in 2018 but moved twenty places to 28th this year.

The ranking which came into inception in 2018, features the faces behind the most read, popular and credible blogs in Ghana and highlights how individuals are contributing to digital journalism in Ghana.

Charles Wundengba is a Ghanaian blogger, digital marketer and activist. He has many years of experience in the online media. He blogs mostly on entrepreneurship but has other blogs for health and Afrikan history. In 2018, he was nominated for the Ghana 40under40 awards and also named among the Top 50 Bloggers in Ghana by Avance Media.
He runs his show dubbed, The Wundef Show, on YouTube where he interviews African entrepreneurs and game changers on their success and failure stories.


In a video announcement, the MD of Avance Media, Mr. Prince Akpah acknowledged the presence of 18 new entrants and noted the ranking was based on the accomplishments, leadership and influence of the bloggers within the Ghanaian community and their capacity to shape the sector in the future.

He also encouraged Ghanaian bloggers to dedicate their platforms to promoting Ghana and reduce the spread of fake news.

The 2020 ranking which features 58 outstanding bloggers associated with 50 different blogs out of over 250 nominations, was used to celebrate partnerships as it identified and honoured co-founders and managing editors of some of the leading blogs in the ranking.

Occupying the foremost position on the ranking is Toni Kusi and Rashad Kojo Emmanuel, co-owners of, a position they have retained from the previous ranking making them the most respected bloggers in Ghana in two years.

Ohemaa Candace, founding editor of who is making her first appearance on the list also took the lead as the foremost female blogger in Ghana earning for herself the 14th position on the overall ranking. Five other female bloggers also made it onto the list.

On the list, Zionfelix, also known as Felix Adomako Mensah, emerged the most followed blogger on Instagram. Ameyaw Debrah also emerged as the most followed blogger on Twitter and CelebritiesBuzz run by Papaga Seckloawu Bless as the most followed blog on Facebook.

The ranking research focused on all categories of blogging in Ghana, including; entertainment, lifestyle, education, fashion, technology, tourism and current affairs.

This year’s ranking is being released in partnership with Woodin, Verna Natural Mineral Water, McBerry Biscuits, WatsUp TV, Asuavo Security and ICS Africa.

Below is the official ranking of Avance Media’s 2020 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers Ranking

  1. Rashad Emmanuel & Toni Kusi ||
  2. Chris Vincent Agyapong & Godwin Nii – Armah Okine ||
  3. Papaga Seckloawu Bless ||
  4. Chris Handler ||
  5. Felix Adomako Mensah ||
  6. Ameyaw Debrah ||
  7. Kofi Cephas & Dennis Agyapong Boateng ||
  8. Prince Fiifi Cudjoe & Alexander Fifi Abaka ||
  9. Nii Atakora Mensah ||
  10. Nana Addo Tamakloe ||
  11. Isaac Brown-Yawson ||
  12. Eugene Nyavor ||
  13. Clement Asamoah Yeboah & Israel Boafo Bansah ||
  14. Ohemaa Candace ||
  15. Jojo Turkson ||
  16. Jonathan Appiah – Adu ||
  17. Cobby Collins ||
  18. John – Bunya Klutse ||
  19. Shepherd Yaw Morttey ||
  20. Isaac Aidoo ||
  21. Eugene Osafo Nkansah ||
  22. Samuel Amadotor ||
  23. Aaron Christian ||
  24. Akesse Sanza ||
  25. Monte Darteh Kwadwo Collins ||
  26. Ebenezer Donkoh ||
  27. Augustus Koranteng Kyei ||
  28. Charles Wundengba ||
  29. Elorm Beenie & John Claude Tamakloe ||
  30. Samuel Kumah ||
  31. Prince Frimpong & Kwame Gideon Baiden ||
  32. David Mawuli ||
  33. Ellis Ferdinand ||
  34. Prince Danquah ||
  35. Shadrach Annang ||
  36. Abraham Odartey Lamptey ||
  37. Kubinho Acolatse ||
  38. Edward Blagogee ||
  39. Jagbesie Suliah Jibriel ||
  40. Ransford Kumi ||
  41. Esther Xorlali Kugbey –
  42. Jonilar Laryea ||
  43. Yaw Sarpong ||
  44. Naa Oyoo Kumodzi ||
  45. Juliana Ntiamoah ||
  46. Amegavi Samuel & Dey Seth Delali ||
  47. Emmanuel Ekuban ||
  48. Jemila Abdulai ||
  49. Georgina Dotsey ||
  50. Gabriel Myers Hansen ||

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