Ghana?s Christopher Panford? of Technol Services has made the top 10 finalists list of the Africa Connected competition by Google. Christopher runs a transport company enabling drivers in Ghana to gain access to loans to buy cars, which they use to earn a living. He uses Google Maps in his vehicle tracking devices to constantly monitor the location of vehicles under bank loans. This gives the banks assurance that cars and loans are always protected, and enables Christopher to empower more drivers. In an effort to help boost the social and economic impact being created by Africans who have embraced the web, Google is offering up five prizes of $25,000 each to the most inspiring stories established on the continent where the web has played a pivotal role in achieving success.? Visit here to cast your vote for your favourite story

The power of the web is changing lives in Africa every day. Africa Connected. Success stories powered by the web. is an initiative by Google in collaboration with our?partners?that is aimed at creating a platform to:

Drive the largest collection of inspiring stories about ventures established on or propelled by the web by Africans in AfricaDemonstrate how these achievements are having social and economic impact in the everyday lives of people across the continentEncourage users of the web in Africa to learn more about all the things that they can do on the web with Google

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