Top 10 Ghanaian Celebrities With The Most Followers On Instagram


Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most followed celebrity on Instagram in Ghana?

One of the things that qualify people as celebrities or “influencers” these days is a large social media following.

Aside fame, one of the prerequisites to staying relevant as a celebrity is a high number of organic followers. Not withstanding, there are veterans, celebrities who have continuously worked to stay relevant by maintaining proper engagement with their followers and producing fresh and creative content.

As a result, we thought to bring you the top 10 most followed Ghanaians on Instagram. How many followers do you think it will take to get to the top of the list? Let’s find out.

Jackie Appiah – 8.2 million followers

The Award-winning Canadian-born actress who is best know for her roles in Ghanaian movies like Princess Tyra and Mummy’s Daughter is the most followed Ghanaian celebrity on Instagram She mostly uses her platform to share beautiful photos of herself and also promote products of which she is brand ambassador.

Yvonne Nelson – 6.8 million followers

The mother of one, CEO of YN Productions and Just Like Mama Daycare School, as well as owner of YN Island is the second most followed Ghanaian celebrity coming right after Jackie Appiah with 6.8 million followers. Even though she’s much more active on Twitter, Yvonne Nelson still uses her platform to promote her businesses.

Juliet Ibrahim – 6.3 million followers

Juliet Ibrahim is up next with 6.3 million followers. The movie star now turned Tik Tok sensation, Content Creator and Youtuber is ranked third most followed Ghanaian on Instagram. She shares her Tik Tok videos as well as her travel expeditions on her page.

Nadia Buari – 4.5 million followers

Nadia Buari has had a long and colorful career in the Ghanaian movie industry. Now married and a mother of four, Nadia Buari continues to create funny content for Tik Tok which go viral from time to time. It’s no surprise that she is the fourth most followed Ghanaian personality on Instagram.

Sarkodie – 4.2 million followers

“Kabutey” as he is affectionately called is next on the list with an Instagram following of 4.2 million followers. On his page he promotes his music whiles sharing beautiful pictures of himself and his family, most especially his beautiful daughter, Titi.

Nana Ama McBrown – 3.8 million followers

Everybody loves Emprezz McBrown. Mother to Baby Maxin and wife to Maxwell Mensah. She multitasks by being the host of McBrown’s Kitchen whiles working on her ever blooming acting career. She comes in sixth on the list having amassed a total of 3.8 million followers.

StoneBwoy – 3.4 million followers

Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy, is a Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer. He places 7th on the list of most followed Ghanaian celebrities on Instagram. As a musician, his page is mostly about promoting his music as well as sharing photos of his wife, Dr Louisa and his two kids, Jidula and Janam.

John Dumelo – 3.3 million followers

Ghanaian actor, farmer and politician affiliated to the National Democratic Party, John Dumelo ranks number 8. He has built a well respected brand and name for himself on Instagram where he mostly spends his time on campaigns and political sensitization and education.

Kevin Prince Boateng – 3 million followers.

Kevin-Prince Boateng is a professional footballer who plays for Serie B club Monza based in Italy. He is best known for his footspeed and dribbling skills on the football pitch. He is the 9th most followed personality on Instagram in Ghana with 3 million followers.

Yvonne Okoro – 3 million followers

At a tie with Kevin Prince Boateng and also with 3 million followers is the scintilating Chinyere Yvonne Okoro, half-Ghanaian and half- Ghanaian actress. She is a philanthropist and the CEO of Desamour Company Limited. Most of her time on Instagram is spent on posting her fashion looks.

Did your favorite celebrity make it to the list? Let us know in the comments.



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