Top Gospel Bloggers Sellas Manna And Bra Banie Listed Among Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers For 2021 By Avance Media
Ghanaian Gospel bloggers Sellas Manna of WorshippersGh and Bra Banie of Christian Vibes Gh have been named as part of the Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers for 2021, an annual list carefully curated by Ghanaian-owned Marketing firm Avance Media.
The awards and soiree night event came off July 28th at the Sam Marino Hotel, Osu, Accra and it saw top bloggers who are contributing greatly from various fields of endeavour and niche such as news, entertainment, lifestyle, tech, and more.
The Ghanaian blogging industry is saturated with many individuals having platforms that provide secular entertainment and lifestyle generally, but the advent evolution of blogging has seen gospel enthusiasts with the quest to see people updated with things related to gospel music and gospel lifestyle.
With a growing number of followers on social media space altogether, gospel bloggers are gradually gaining root and recognition in the blogging space, seeing this is the second time gospel bloggers have been listed in the prestigious bloggers’ ranking scheme. This comes after Sista Ginna, founder of Gospel Hypers was named last year’s only gospel blogger on the list.
Sellas Manna, the 40th on this year’s list developed an interest in gospel blogging a few years ago, a time where the niche was quite new to the general population, and where people hardly pay attention to gospel stuff. His unrelenting desires to see gospel entertainment, inspiration, and lifestyle reach far digitally sparked quite an interest for other vibrant gospel blog brands to come on the scene.
Bra Banie the 33rd on the list and owner of Christian Vibes Gh, brought another side of the energy and fire to the scene with great consistency and vast experience from a secular niche background. With incredible zeal and passion, his contribution to what has already been established as a growing niche was clearly noticed.
As a result of the well-deserved listing, many notable industry players took to social media to commend them both for their contribution to the gospel music growth and its promotion in Ghana. To many, this is just the beginning of the gospel blogging fraternity to see the glaring sunlight, exposure, and recognition they deserve.