Gorgeous and talented television anchor Wendy Laryea of TV3 has unsurprisingly made it to the enviable list of Ghana’s Top 30 Under 30 Pioneers for 2016.
This is an annual publication by the Future of Ghana that showcases and celebrates excellence by recognising exceptionally talented Ghanaians leading in industries globally.
The annual project is also dedicated to nurturing and mobilizing Ghana’s talent for the development of the country.
“The publication is endorsed by prominent business leaders & government, highlighting inspirational role models and showcasing outstanding thought leaders and organisations. The publication transcends stereotypes, highlighting the unsung contributions future leaders and organisations are making to the Ghanaian and global economies,” the organization noted on its website.
Wendy Laryea was nominated alongside hundreds of Ghanaians but after months of intensive scrutiny, she was shortlisted with 29 others for the prized recognition.
Persons who made it to the final 30 include young film actor Abraham Attah, Sadiq Abdulai Abu, Bright Oduro-Kwaterng Jnr, Kojo Nimako, Zeinab Andan and Dziffa Akua
The usually calm-looking broadcaster was humbled by the recognition when she spoke to TV Online.
“I didn’t see it coming,” she said with an honestly stunned tone, but conceded, “I felt good because my work is being recognized.”
The Future of Ghana Publication, an e-magazine, also creates the platforms for discussing solutions to specific issues the Ghanaian community faces in Ghana and the Diaspora. The publication is expected to be out soon.