The maiden edition of the Ghana CEO Vision & Awards has honoured over 30 Chief Executive Officers who have performed extremely well within the various sectors of the economy with their innovative ideas, exemplary and visionary leadership and skills.
The purpose of the awards is to provide the utmost exposure and a thriving platform for CEOs to stay connected, relevant, ahead of the game and get verified via documentary films, awards and magazines. The awards is also an iconic premium brand that provides the biggest and most coveted pitching platforms for CEOs who have used the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and ultimately the country. It brings together the best CEOs in each business sector of Ghana.
Speaking about the awards, Project Manager Latif Abubakar said: “The objective is to pitch Ghana to the world, and this time around we are using more of the private sector CEOs to sell Ghana through each business sector; so we have a CEO representing the mining sector, oil and gas sector and others.
“These CEOs are going to pitch Ghana to the world through a documentary that will be recorded, wherein they will share their experience and vision while selling their industry, and that will be shown across the world on various platforms,” he explained.
Mr. Abubakar further explained that the board’s selection of these CEOs was based on their experience, credibility and good track-record, as well their ability to pitch their industry and business to the world. He added that the awards are scheduled for every two years.
CEO Awards 2022 winners
CEO of the Year – Sanitation and CEO of CEOs went to Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong-Zoomlion Ghana; CEO of the Year- Telecom and Private Sector, Patricia Obo-Nai of Vodafone Ghana; CEO of the Year – NGO, Anas Aremeyaw Anas of Tiger Eye Foundation; CEO of the Year – Media, Fadda Dickson of Despite Media Group.
CEO of the Year – Insurance, Dr. Justice Ofori-National Insurance Commission; Young Achiever of the Year – Stephen Essoun of Hi Lynks Communications; CEO of the Year – SME, Gertrude Kunde-Kwallinjam-Smocky-World Limited; Best Growing Company, Amrit Pal Singh-Shalina of Healthcare Ghana; CEO of the Year – Fintech Service Provider, Eli Hini of Mobile Money Limited.
CEO of the Year – Exporter, James Rajamani-Kingdom Exim Ghana Limited; CEO of the Year – Importer, Collins Okley Otoo-Nungua Warehouse Group of Companies; CEO of the Year – IT Service Provider, Amar Deep Singh-IPMC; CEO of the Year – IT Consulting, Enock Kofi Cobbina-Mericom Solutions Limited.
CEO of the Year – Health Insurance, Percy Asare Ansah of Premier Health Insurance; CEO of the Year- Herbal, Dr. De-Gualle Moses Dogbatsey of Medimoses Clinic and Herbal Centre; CEO of the Year – Energy – Kwame Osei-Prempeh-Goil Company Limited; CEO of the Year – Marine Service Provider, Bernard Lomotey Agbloe of Benmarine Offshore Services; CEO of the Year – Healthcare Facility Provider, Frederick Amissah-Universal Hospitals Group.
CEO of the Year – Healthcare Service Provider is Dr. Edem Kojo Hiadzi of Lister Hospital and Fertility Centre; CEO of the Year – Mining Service Provider is Alhaji Ali Ibrahim of Rabotec Group; CEO of the Year – Real Estate went to John Watson of Otumfou-Mayfair Estates Limited; CEO of the Year – Banking, Thomas Attah John of Guaranty Trust Bank (Ghana) Limited.
CEO of the Year – Hospitality is Manish Nambiar-Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel; CEO of the Year is Prof. Hugh K. Aryee of Hanergy Global Ghana Limited; Female CEO of the Year, Nancy Ampah-Nationwide Medical Insurance; CEO of the Year – Pharmaceutical, Dhananjay Tripathi of Pharmanova Ghana Limited.
CEO of the Year – Manufacturing, Mukesh V. Thakwani-B5 Plus Limited; CEO of the Year – Shipping, Dr. Daniel McKorley-McDan Group; CEO of the Year – Trade Facilitation and Entrepreneur of the Year, Nick Danso Adjei-Ghana Link Network Services Limited; and the Lifetime Achievement Award was received by Dr. Joyce Aryee of Salt and Light Ministry.