Kofi is a graduate of University of Cape Coast (UCC), studied Economics and Sociology, a blogger and a member of a vibrant youth organisation in Ghana called GhanaThink Foundation.
Kofi also an active member of the Global Voices Online – an international community of bloggers who report on blogs and citizen media from all over the world.
Kofi is a fellow at the Amani Institute – an institute that focuses on preparing next-generation talent to tackle global challenges by filling the gap between university and the workforce through a new approach
He was selected to be a part of a panel of bloggers and social media savvies on “The Stream”- Aljazeera for a discussion on the effect of social media on the Ghanaian 2012 election.
He is a Freelance Social Media and Contributor Engagement Manager for http://www.iq4news.com – an online news agency based in the UK that writes and reports on Africa.
Currently working with Clean Team Ghana- as a communications officer.
Latest posts by Kofi Yeboah
6 April 2015
From increased military funding to less corruption, Nigerians on Twitter are telling their president-elect want they want from his government.
15 January 2015
Acting on a concept he invented five years ago, a Nigerian economist and philanthropist now says he's ready to invest $100 million in young African entrepreneurs.
10 November 2014
Global Voices Meetup in Ghana is scheduled for November 15 in Accra. The Meetup will be an opportunity for those working in the field of citizen media to share experiences.
10 August 2014
19 April 2014
11 February 2014
"A physical meeting place, a hub, will go a long way to provide a platform for the experienced bloggers in the organisation to train students and professionals."
3 February 2014
Open defecation is a major health challenge facing Ghana. Only 15 out of 100 Ghanaians have access to improved sanitation, despite development goals.
29 August 2013
The landmark decision dismissed a lawsuit from the opposition who argued that there were gross and widespread irregularities at more than 10,000 polling stations during presidential elections in December 2012.