He and other 5 finalists who are to represent Ghana in South Africa got a special Garmin Sports watches plus cartons of Malta Guinness.
Samuel Osei Mensah was second and got ghc3,000, while Emmanuel Gyeta placed third to take home ghc2,000.
Daniel Abotsi took the fourth position with ghc1,000, and Richard Kuevorve was fifth with ghc1,000.
Precious Appiah who placed sixth and got ghc1,000 was the only female in the finals, she said it was determination and the will to do that carried her through the obstacles to the opportunity of representing Ghana in South Africa.
Forty competitors recruited from Accra, Takoradi, Kumasi and Tamale took part in the showdown at the national finale of the Malta Guinness Maltavator Challenge Season 2.
The six who will represent Ghana at the Pan African Championship in South Africa in February this year were also happy.
Ghana’s six representatives will compete against other competitors from Nigeria, Cameroun, Kenya, Ethiopia and Cote D’Ivoire for the ultimate $20,000 prize money.
Last year, two Ghanaians picked up the 1st and 2nd runner-up positions in the Pan-African championship which was won by Ethiopia’s Keariam Abera.
The Brand Manager of Malta Guinness, Roland Ofori expressed his joy about the passion and competitiveness of the competition which many Ghanaians across all 10 regions have come to love. He was sure the Ghanaians will shine in South Africa.
The Maltavator Challenge is a proprietary program created by Malta Guinness, a Guinness Ghana Brewery Limited brand.