The African Leadership Magazine, which disclosed the winners of the 2021edition of the African Business Leadership Awards (ABLA) on Monday, August 16, 2021, has adjudged Bank of Ghana as the best Central Bank.
The organizers received over 300, 000 entries on their website and across the various social media platforms, as well as submissions through email and physical posts from Africans across the globe.
The Winners of the various category emerged through a keenly contested 3-step points-based selection process that included a call for nomination; a call for online voting for shortlisted nominees; and the editorial board’s final review of the nominations and voting submissions – using supporting evidence and voting considerations in their final decisions to decide the African Business Leadership Awards 2021 winners.
The online voting took sixty-five percentage points and the remaining 35% went for supporting evidence in the final selection process for the 2021 winners.
The winners were unveiled by Dr Ken Giami, who is the Publisher of the Magazine, at the UK Head Office of the group after the editorial board completed the review of all collated votes and supporting documents.
Dr Giami, during the unveiling of the list of winners, congratulated all nominees in the various categories. He further noted that each nominee is worthy of recognition and commendation for their continuous less services to nation-building.
He added that the winners have exhibited great attributes in admirable capacities and therefore deserve to be given great accolades.
Kwadwo Safo Junior, CEO, Kantanka Group Ghana was the winner of the Young Business Leader of the Year award.
All winners and their runners-up shall be presented with an award trophy and formally decorated with the instruments of the honour at the 6th Invest in Africa Summit (Virtual), which is scheduled to hold on September 16 – 17, 2021.