In Ghana, there are different YouTubers you can follow and learn or enjoy their videos if you wish.
Beneath are five Ghanaian YouTubers you should follow:
Wodemaya is a Change Agent and a Young Freelance Ghanaian Vlogger whose purpose is to change the negative African narrative by promoting all the 55 African countries positively to the world.
He travels to different African countries to discuss culture, politics, and everything he talks about while he is in a particular country.
He has more than 800 000 subscribers.
2. Jessica Opare-Saforo
Opare-Saforo is a Ghanaian Broadcaster Jessica with a private media company in the country.
Her YouTube channel basically educates her viewers on a wide range of issues, from mortgages in Ghana to tips on making money. If you live in Ghana or outside the country and wish to know about mortgages, business ideas, and other things, Jessica’s YouTube channel should be your plug.
She has 130,000 subscribers.
His dream is to make the youth financial literates. There are few YouTube channels set aside for financial literacy with the Ghanaian audience in mind. To address this situation, Bredu has created a channel where he makes it simple and possible for subscribers, young Ghanaians, and anyone interested in financial literacy to comprehend him.
He talks about savings, budgeting, investments, managing your finances, being debt-free, and wealth creation.
He has over 3,000 subscribers.
Iman manages RakGhana YouTube Channel. He is a Ghanaian YouTuber who brings his viewers’ funny questions, educates them on different issues, and entertains them.
Iman thinks of questions, then steps into the streets to ask anyone he comes across. It is not the simple or complex questions he asks but preferably how some people struggle to answer correctly.
He has more than 560,000 subscribers.
- Rick Aqua
If you are searching for the best tech reviews in Ghana, then Rick Aqua’s YouTube channel is a good channel for you. He takes on the tech world with his prowess. He uploads content to his channel consistently, in fact every week.
He began vlogging in February 2013 and has hit over 951,920.
He has over 19,000 subscribers.