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Shatta Wale Named In 100 Most Influential Creatives For 2017

Shatta Wale Named In 100 Most Influential Creatives For 2017

Ghana’s Dancehall Messiah and Champion, Shatta Wale, has been named in another pretigious recognition by the Global Magazine, C. Hub Magazine for 2017. Shatta emerged number 27 among the top 100 global influencers.

From the world known faces to that highly talented impacting their community and are not yet discovered on the global scene, C. Hub magazine is committed to searching out great change makers regardless of where they are.

As the ethos of the magazine is centred on excellence and authenticity through creativity, C. Hub magazine does not take permission neither does it make excuses in finding and spotlighting the best talents in creativity, leadership and entrepreneurship.

Faustina Anyanwu, the chief editor said, “We know great men and women who are influential are usually change agents who are found in diverse places. These inspirational and fascinating talents came from different backgrounds such as, Medicine, Science, Technology, Sports, Fashion, Music,Film, Politics, and other entertainment industries.

These individuals are different not just because they have unusual talents, but, they use their talent to creatively question all status quo and stories around them. This is why we celebrate them in this edition of 100 most influential.”

“What is so fascinating about these individuals is their capacity to touch boundaries, and against all odds, they create a better world not just for themselves but for others.” She adds.

In no particular order, here are the C. Hub Magazine most influential creatives of 2017.

1. Richard Branson;
2. Yvonne Nelson
3. Colin Kaepernicks
4. Lewis Hamilton
5. Akon
6. LeBron James
7. Floyd Mayweather.
8. Nicola Adams OBE
9. Stormzy – (Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omar Owuo,Jr)

10. Bishop TD Jakes.
11. Lisa Nicholas
12. Msgr. Dr. N.I. Ndiokwere
13. Angela Merkel
14. Willy Mutenza
15. Sheryl Sandberg
16. Diane Abbott
17. Sola Oyebade-
18. Funke Abimbola-
19. Chief Ayo Oyebade
20. Van Moody –
21. Dr Cindy Trimm –
22. Tammy Lewis –
24. Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria
25. Anthony Joshua
26. Ann Sweeney
27. Shatta Wale
28. Zakiya Larry
29. Dr Miranda Brawn –
30. David Lammy –
31. Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi:
32. Olutayo Arikawe- .
33. Stacy Johnson
33. Ava Duverney
35. Tyrone “Tye” Tribbett
36. Professor Laura Serrant
37. David Opati Etale
38. Prof Femi Oyebode
39. Dr Timothy C. Summers
40. Ebong Eka –
41. Caroline Popoola:
42. Faisal Islam:
43. Usain Bolt: Sports personality; Olympic Champion.

44. Dr. Mike Murdock
45. David Adjaye
46. Warren Buffett
47. George Soros
48. Idris Elba:
49. Pat McGrath MBE
51. SharRon Jamison –
52. Tara John –
53. Prince Ezem Ihenacho:.
54. Dr Brighton Chireka: Medical Doctor, Entrepreneur and Blogger.

55. Stellah Nantumbwe –
56. Kassaga Arinaitwe –
57. Linda Ikeji :
58. Noah Carmichael-
59. Denise Lewis:
60. John W. Gray III –
61. Afua Sam:
62. Eugene Ayisi
63. Ethel Rodrigues
64. Kazuo Ishiguro OBE FRSA FRSAL;
65. Tekno: Born Augustine Miles Kelechi
66. Caroline Bell Foster.
67. Rihanna: Robyn Rihanna Fenty:
68. Yasmin Alibhai-Brown –
69. Vivian Timothy:
70. Paul Sesay:
71. Shinjini Das –
72. Chelsea Krost –
73. Cynthia Nyamai
74. Jessica Huie MBE
75. Sandra Brown-Pinnock:
76. Prof Patrick L. O Lumumba:
77. Shirley Chowdhary
78. Jeremy Corbyn
79. Ndakuna Fonso Amidou:
80. Jumoke Fashola
81. Foluke Akinlose MBE
82. Ivan Beckley
83. Anna Kennedy OBE
84. June Angelides
85. Sandie Okoro
86. Zeynab Wandati
87. Dara Kirton
88. Dr Lanalee Araba Sam
89. Edward Enninful OBE
90. Ronke Philips
91. A- Marie Imafidon MBE
92. Elizabeth Bananuka.
93. Vanessa Kingori :
94. Rio Ferdinand
95. Gary Lineker
96. Bruno Mars:
97. Marcus Rashford:
98. A. C Grayling:
99. Kene Mkparu: Entrepreneur.
100. Godwin Okri

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