Israel Laryea is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist, news editor and anchor and programme host with Multimedia Group Ltd (JoyNews Television). Israel had his GCE 'O' Level certificate from Okuapeman Senior High School before undertaking the sixth form at Accra Academy. He later attended the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), where he attained a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. Israel begun working in the broadcasting space with TV3 in 1999 with Gideon Aryeequaye, after attempts
12 young and popular Ghanaians whose deaths shook the foundations of Ghana Deaths are inescapable. They frequently come as a shock to the system and help everybody to remember the transience of life. Here are 11 popular Ghanaians whose deaths were stunning to the point that they shook the country out of its foundations. 1. Major Maxwell Mahama In May 2017, the death of Major Maxwell Mahama, an official of the Ghana armed force, shook the country. The fierce conditions that prompted his death scarred
Mrs. Mawuena Adzo Trebarh is a focused leader, exceptional communication strategist, loving wife and an awesome mother.Mrs Mawuena Adzo Trebarh has shown time and again that, humility, excellence and diligence will get people very far in life.She began her career as a professional underground mining Geologist with Ashanti Goldfields Corporation now Anglo-Gold Ashanti, where she set a record, as she was their first female underground exploration geologist and In addition, rose through the leadership ladder and became the Corporation’s Investor Relations Officer.
The battle on the political grounds of Ghana's leadership keeps soaring unto higher levels as the ardent political warriors engage in a never-ending brawl of power and dominance. Inasmuch as the frontlines of the two major political parties are grossly dominated by the familiar faces of Nana Akuffo-Addo and John Dramani Mahama, we can't pretend not to envision what the political sphere would look like post Naada-JDM era. In this regards, there seems to be a steaming contention for hegemony by upcoming folks
Israel Laryea is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist, news editor and announcer and programme mass with Multimedia band together Ltd(JoyNews Television). Israel is married to Louisa and they hold three (3) children. Israel had his GCE 'O' amount certificate from Okuapeman major high ranking School before undertaking the sixth figure at Accra Academy. He presently attended the Ghana Institute of Management and shared doling out (GIMPA), anywhere he attained a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. Israel begun functioning
Let's take a look at those celebrities who died before 60.1.Komla Dumor Komla Afeke Dummor, a Ghanaian journalist, died of cardiac arrest while hosting BBC World News' "Focus on Africa" program.
Deaths are inevitable. They often come as a shock to the system and remind everyone of the transience of life. Here are 11 popular Ghanaians whose deaths were so shocking that they shook the nation out of its foundations. 1. Major Maxwell Mahama In May 2017, the death of Major Maxwell Mahama, an officer of the Ghana army, shook the nation. The late Major Maxwell Mahama The brutal circumstances that led to his death scarred the conscience of the nation and sparked a campaign against mob violence. The fact that
It is unthinkable how some celebrities rose through the hustles to become famous and lost their precious lives just at the pinnacle of their career. Although death is inevitable, tragedies such as these are heartbreaking. One thing I have noticed in Ghana is that, we hardly remember and celebrate our dead, which is less a characteristic of us as Africans. With no intention to remember our grief, I present to you famous Ghanaian celebrities who died right the time they became recognized as famous and influential.
As part of the stages involved in life cycle death is of no exception. It has become inevitable as long as our life lived is concerned. From close observation most of our famous personalities who have passed away made their transition through car accident. As they struggle hard to gain happiness we turn to hear no good news afterwards but rather their death. Meet 6 celebrities who died at the peak of their success. Sussy Williams A famous and popularly Known actress mostly seen in Nollywood and Hollywood mo
Affluence in Ghana is mostly shown through plush buildings and high-speed cars. This has once again be proved by the owners of the latest radio station to be launched In Ghana, dubbed ‘Asaase Radio’. Operating on the 99.5 frequency, Asaase Radio is owned by the owners of the Daily Statesman Newspaper which is under the leadership of astute Ghanaian politician, Gabby Otchere Darko. The radio station which went live in Accra on Sunday, 14th June 2020 has since become a topic of discussion on both traditio
Death is part of life and isn’t a good news when it approaches any home. Death is inevitable , a painful experience to go through but embracing death untimely is more sorrowful than anything. The media is no exception and here are celebrities who met their untimely death, especially as at when their names were hailed everywhere in the country. Ebony Reigns Her real name is Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng and was a vibrant Ghanaian dancehall, afrobeats artiste. Her fame rose quick and spread as wildfire. The f
8 years on a one of of Ghana's excellent ambassadors on the world stage of astute journalism gave up his spirit which left many broken here in Ghana, Africa and the world respectively. BBC TV presenter Komla Dumor died suddenly at his home in London at the age of 41.
Friday 25 September, 2020, marked exactly twenty-five (25) years since the Multi Media Group came into being in Ghana. The late Komla Dumor, was one of the pioneers of the Multi media group. The present Information Minister of the Majority group in Parliament, Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, was also one of the pioneer workers, who worked there as a presenter before he resigned into politics. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. Kwesi Twum, first set up the Multi media limited in 1995. He was previously the Executive
There are many TV anchors and personalities on i Ghana. Since the liberalization of the airwaves, over a decade ago, Ghana's media landscape has seen a booming number of several new TV/Radio stations. It is therefore not surprising that, the faces seen are also increasing. But one cannot help, but clearly identify a few out of the many, who are excellent at what they do,a and are definately set for a great future in the profession of journalism and media practice. Komla Dumor comes to mind, as one, who did not
Ghana has raised some of the best journalists in Africa. Below are some of the Top 3 Ghanaian journalist who has worked for the BBC. KOMLA DUMOR Komla Dumor was a Ghanaian journalist who worked for the BBC. At the BBC, he was the presenter for BBC Focus on Africa. He studied pre-clinical medicine at Nigeria but later left and came back to Ghana. He then went to the University of Ghana where he started studying as a Medicine student but graduated with a BA is Sociology and Pschology. He later went to the Harvard
Ghana was the first country in West Africa to gain independence has introduced a lot great leaders such as Osaagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, J.B Danquah, Kofi Annan and Komla Dumor. Most of them were known for their political consciousness. But undoubtedly, Ghana has a diverse culture and traditions, as well as entertainment which they introduced to the world. Azonto The popular music genre and dance hit Ghana like a storm and people all over were jamming to Azonto songs. Fuse ODG, Sarkodie and Gasmilla
Mrs. Mawuena Adzo Trebarh was appointed by the National Democratic Party (NDC), as one of three (3) specific people to handle the communications aspect of the just ended 2020 elections. She further served directly as the Lead Spokesperson and Head of Communications for the Office of the Vice Presidential Candidate, Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang. She is a deeply committed member of the NDC. Earlier in President Mahama's term, she was appointed as the first female to be the substantive Chief Executive Officer
Komla Dumor was a journalist at BBC World News and the host of it's programme 'Focus On Africa'. Komla Afeke Dumor was born on 3 October 1972 in Accra to Ghanaian parents Ernest Dumor who was a professor of sociology and Madam Cecelia Dumor who had a masters degree in Mass communication. His Grandfather Philip Gbeho was the composer of the Ghanaian National Anthem. He was one of three siblings. His sister, Mawuena Trebarh is the former Chief executive officer of Ghana investment Promotion centre (GIPC). His
Kenyan insightful correspondent and TV grapple Victoria Rubadiri has won the 2020 BBC World News Komla Dumor Award. Rubadiri is a moderator with Citizen TV in Kenya, where she has the channel's early evening shows. She's a multifaceted columnist in East Africa and has talked with a portion of the main names in governmental issues and current issues. The honor was made to respect Komla Dumor, a moderator for BBC World News, who kicked the bucket out of nowhere matured 41 out of 2014. She is the subsequent
Home/AFRICA NEWS/News Africa/Kenya's Victoria Rubadiri wins BBC World News Komla Dumor grant Kenya's Victoria Rubadiri wins BBC World News Komla Dumor grant Kenyan insightful correspondent and TV grapple Victoria Rubadiri has won the 2020 BBC World News Komla Dumor Award. Rubadiri is a moderator with Citizen TV in Kenya, where she has the channel's early evening shows. She's a multifaceted columnist in East Africa and has talked with a portion of the main names in governmental issues and current issues.