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Ghana: Top 10 bloggers in Ghana

Samuel comes up with a list of top 10 bloggers in Ghana: “I have been researching extensively on blogs and bloggers in Ghana. And the essence of this blog post is to fill readers in on the top 10 bloggers in Ghana. After a critical, coherent and painstaking analysis of my findings with regard to the preceding subject, I confidently conclude that the following are not only the most popular bloggers in the country, but also the most influential…”

  • Naa Oyoo Quartey

    hopefully, my blog will make the list for this year *fingers crossed* http://www.ganyobinaa.com

  • http://100computertricks.blogspot.com/ Mike

    We all wish to get to the top one of this days !! bloggingengage.blogspot.com

  • http://100computertricks.blogspot.com/ Mike

    I have checked and Am not really sure whether blogging in Ghana is competitive , I don’t seem to hear their show unlike the Nigerian bloggers !! bloggingengage.blogspot.com

  • Emmanuel Cudjoe

    The list is not complete without me. kabenlah.com is my blog and I am making waves in the world. In Ghana, many people think blogging is all about Blogger.com and WordPress.com with those advanced knowing little about Adsense. Hahaha!

    Kabenlah.com tops it all when it comes to Ghana!

  • team5mics

    pls i need ghanaian bloggers email addys… pls send to fivemicsike@gmail.com
    thanks

  • http://www.fivemicsonline.com team5mics

    would be nice if i can get email addresses to music blogs in ghana thanks yall fivemicsike@gmail.com

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