Samuel Kofi Ampofo, alias 'Mona Mobl3' is set to appear on Angel FM's morning show tomorrow. The excitement that met this announcement by the media house is intriguing, as some Ghanaians suggest his story will be a learning curve for many persons with mental illness.
The young man who used to be addicted to smoking marijuana was initiated into a rehab programme following an interview he and his family granted Kofi Adoma Nwanwani on Kofi TV some month ago. The transformation has been massive and it is already told that his thoughts and manners had been corrected making his speech more coherent and reasonable in behavior.
The artwork posted on Angel FM about the planned conversation is already going viral. Whiles others find this to be a useful and insightful conversation others feel it is needless and a dent to the Angel Broadcasting Network brand. These group of Ghanaians who shared their disappointment with the planned conversation wished management replaces it with some discussions about national issues.
One Janet Asiedu sarcastically posted; "😂😂😂😂😂 Captain smart come ooooooo na the show is turning to abodamfoo show 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂"
But to me, this is the most biggest conversation ever to be taken on a media platform as this, especially when mental health issues had become a troubling concern for ages. Kudos to Kofi and his team.
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