King Eben and Wontumi Sports sets new 2021 record with live views.
By Coolboy2 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1398 views
King Eben continues to marvel the sports fraternity as he attracts so many viewers and listeners.
Wontumi sports has very good and the nation's finest analytical Pundits like Atta Poku and Edilson who support King Eben and Abou Diabi.
King Eben set this record on Wednesday after the Champions league night and it is evident that, that night sports loving fans were just praying earnestly for the hours to move fast to the next morning just to listen to King Eben.
This reflected in the next morning's live views on Facebook alone with 4.8k aside YouTube, Television viewers and radio listeners.
It is on record that this year no program has such live views in Ghana. The closest were Nana Ama Mcbrown's and Kwaku Annan of net 2 whose highest views this year have been 4k and 4.4k respectively.
Wontumi sports is now the nation's most patronised sports program which makes it the best sports Programme currently in the country.
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