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Berla Mundi Quits EIB Network, Joins Media General.



Astute Radio and Television (TV) personality and a former Miss Malaika beauty pageant, Berla Addardey Mundi known behind screens as Berla Mundi has ended her working relationship and contractual dealings with traditional media company, Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Network.

Berla Mundi made this announcement on her official social media platform, Instagram.

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Dear @Bolarayofficial and EIB, thank you; thank you for helping me discover my true self, harness my strengths and work on my weaknesses; thank you for providing the most convivial atmosphere to create lasting memories, glue-tight bonds, endless, pure and genuine laughter; thank you for allowing me to share my God-given talent with millions of people across the world. Our journey together consisted of many good moments and I would forever be grateful because you taught me to always view the cup as half-full rather than half empty. ~ ~ Just like every chapter, ours has come to an end much sooner than I would have wanted, but I would forever cherish the family you were to me. I take along with me all the lessons learnt as I begin a new journey with my new family and I hope that with your blessings, I can share the light and positivity with Media General who have by the way, welcomed me with open arms. I do look forward to creating more lasting memories here. ~ ~ To my viewers and those that supported me, continue to pray for me as I promise you an all new experience at my new destination. I leave you with this piece, ‘Everything will make sense someday, so for now, laugh at your mistakes, smile through the tears and keep reminding yourself that everything really does happen for a reason’. ~ ~ Like the Pink Carnation, I’ll never forget your impact in my life…..Thank you Bola Ray and EIB. Our paths will cross again. Until then, I wish you God’s blessings. 🙏🏽 ~ ~ PS// I still have a few more episodes on #TheLateAfternoonShow before I leave 😊

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In the years spent with EIB Network, stationed under their television space GHOne TV, Berla started off as host on Omnibus, a daily entertainment update show across the globe. She later joined her former colleague Blaque Boy as co-host on Rythmz, which she soon handled as solo host.

Within the specs of some years at EIB, Berla became a regular voice over artiste in almost every advertised commercial on the channel, alongside fronting most televised shows on the station including; Miss Malaika Ghana, produced by Charter House and Glitterati, which she stepped in after Deborah Vanessa’s bow-out.

Aside her in front of the camera roles at EIB, the multiple Glitz Style Awards winner also made her voice a strong contender in the radio space as she served as co-host on ‘Starr Drive’ at Star FM. Her trademark in the media fraternity has lauded her into becoming one of Ghana’s most celebrated female media personalities of all time and as a result featured as cover girl alongside Nana Aba Anamoah, Anita Erskine and Afia Pokua on Glitz Africa Magazine’s ‘Leading Ladies in Media’ issue.

Berla’s living achievements transcends from being a regular television presenter to a go-to event MC. She reigns as a two-time in a row Vodafone Ghana Music Awards hostess (2018-2019), European Union Africa Business Forum 2019, Ghana Manufacturing Awards 2019 and a panel member at the 2018 SHE Summit, organized by Glitz Africa.

She joins the list of former EIB Network presenters; Naa Ashorkor, AJ Sarpong, Anita Erskine, Giovani Caleb, Baisiwa Dowuona Hammond and Kafui Dey.

However, reports has it that, she might be joining Media General, owners of TV3, 3FM, etc. A management member at Media General confirmed to Thursday that they have accepted Berla Mundi with open arms to add up to the positivity of the Media General brand.

According to the source, Berla will assume her new role at Media General in September where she will work on both radio and TV and also join the morning show as a host.

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Ace Broadcaster; KMJ To Host International Youth Empowerment Summit.



The iYES Foundation in Collaboration With The National Youth Authority presents the most anticipated Youth Summit on the events calendar in Ghana. The International Youth Empowerment Summit (iYES) is scheduled to happen on 21st to 23rd August 2019 at the National Theatre in Accra, with morning and evening sessions starting at 8:30 am and 5:30 pm daily.

As the date for the event is fast approaching, organizers have settled on Ghana’s finest and talented television and radio host from the Multimedia Group, Kpekpo Maxwell Justice known behind the screen as, KMJ, as the official host for iYES 2019.

At the time of going to press, KMJ mentioned that as a youth, he appreciates this awesome opportunity to impact his audience as host for this life changing Summit. Popularly known as Kpekpo Maxwell Justice, KMJ, is poised at delivering his best to support the initiative and be an exemplary budding youth in the broadcasting industry.

With over eight years of practicing as a television and radio host, KMJ promises to host iYES with top notch professionalism as he shares the platform with seasoned and honorable personalities.

The International Youth Empowerment Summit seeks to empower and equip youths on a cross section of relevant topics from seasoned ministers of God, Entrepreneurs and professionals who have over the years influenced and impacted lives.

The year 2019 marks the 5th anniversary of the International Youth Empowerment Summit (IYES) which is expected to converge youths across the globe under one venue and under the leadership of Brian Amoateng, President of Brian Jones Outreach Ministries, headquartered in London.

Speakers and facilitators who have been carefully selected for the summit are as follows; Archbishop Duncan Wlliams, Rev. Eastwood Anaba, Daniel Amoateng, Samson Amoaten, Bola Ray and Emmanuel Agyei. The other facilitators include Kofi Abban, John A Kumah,Zanetor Rawlings, Ama Frimpoma Dwumah, Chioma Akpotha with special guest of honour , her Excellency Hajia, Samira Bawumia (2nd Lady of the Republic of Ghana).

The 5th anniversary of iYES is planned to accelerate and position youths to take action in their immediate environments as they are impacted to be agents of positive change.

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“Go Easy On Baby Mamas – Caroline Sampson



Radio and TV personality Caroline Sampson has appealed to Ghanaians to go easy on baby mamas, especially if they do not know their stories.

A ‘baby mama’, according to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, is the mother of a man’s biological child, especially one she is not married to or in a long-term, intimate relationship with the child’s father.

According to Caroline, who has an eight-year-old son, everyone wants to insult a baby mama and call her names without even finding out the circumstances that led to her being in that situation.

“I used to worry a lot when I was called names because those commenting did not know the real story as to how I had my child. And it is hurtful for someone to say very bad things about you when you know very well what is being said about you is not the truth,” she said in an interview with Showbiz.

Caroline said before anyone came at a baby mama, they had to first have the right information and also consider if they would be comfortable being at the receiving end of hurtful comments.

“I know some people talk loosely because they see one or two baby mummies doing just anything to take care of themselves and their baby but if you are not in their shoes, you cannot tell them how to walk.

“Everyone has their hustle so people should not attack us because we have kids. Having a child out of wedlock is not the end of the world and we are not lesser women.

“What about those in the church always praying to God to have babies? It’s quite unfortunate some of the men who 
impregnate the women have children elsewhere, but they don’t call them born-one,” she stated.

Using herself as an example, Caroline said it would be wrong for anyone to think that she made her money through unacceptable means, explaining that she worked hard to secure a better future for her son.

“There are a lot of single mothers out there who are making it big time on their own to cater for their children. Not all baby mummies are lazy and do anything for money,” she said.

Asked how she controlled the guys trying to win her heart, Caroline, who is the host of Shouts On Yon YFM said men were the least of her worries right now, disclosing that she dedicated about 90 percent of her time to her work and her family.


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Meet Albert Acheampong; The Man Behind ‘Footprint TV’



For many years, Ghanaian television was dominated by magazine shows that were heavily tilted towards the ‘secular’ domain, with gospel getting just a little of the attention. All that changed 10 years ago when a fully-fledged Christian entertainment show was introduced into the fray – Footprint TV!

Footprint TV, has not only survived the 10 year period in quiet a tumultuous industry but has remarkably elevated the state of broadcasting gospel programming and events. It has brought a high level of allure and attention to the gospel frontier.

Albert Acheampong - a humble, soft-spoken and enterprising young entrepreneur is the brain behind the innovative and groundbreaking Footprint TV.

As a magazine programme that covers all gospel-related events, Footprint TV, aside elevating the coverage of such events and bringing the gospel closer to ordinary Ghanaians, it also, most importantly, instilled quality in the organization of gospel events.

The ingenuity of Albert and his team allowed them to parlay the success they chalked on television into making Footprint TV such a formidable brand by creating flagship events that have become successful while standing the test of time.

In a spate of 10 years, Albert is almost forming a conglomerate, having the ‘Poolside Party’, an event that brings together thousands of Christian youth to the pool to share the word of God and enjoy quality ministrations from top-notch gospel stars. The event has been graced by the likes of Joe Mettle, Celestine Donkor, Cwesi Oteng, Francis Amo, Gifty Adorye and many others.

There’s also the ‘Praise Party’, a gospel carnival organized on the streets, which has been headlined over the years by award-winning gospel musicians like Ohemaa Mercy, SP Kofi Sarpong, Eugene Zuta, Obaapa Christy, Piesie Esther, No Tribe among others.

On what made him start such a refreshing revolution on television, Albert says, the inspiration came from God, coupled with a deep-seated desire to reach many young folks with the gospel.

“In my interaction with people, I realized that many people, especially the youth, tagged gospel related stuff as boring. Some even talked of choosing secular events ahead of gospel,” he disclosed.

He had to make an effort to change that mindset.

“With my expertise in media, I decided to use such a tool to reach out to the youth and the general populace with such quality exposition of gospel-related activities,” he remarked.

Albert is motivated by seeing how young folks are zealous for the work of the Lord, and as a young entrepreneur, it is such a delight for him to get these folks under his brand, working together to project the deeds of the Lord.

As part of activities marking the 10th anniversary of Footprint TV, Albert and his lieutenants organized a hugely successful ‘Unity Walk’, dubbed, ‘Footprint TV Unity Walk’ – which was attended by a throng of patrons including many gospel stars.

In a decade of projecting and promoting things of the Lord, Albert and his posse at Footprint have faced challenges.

“Our major challenge has been lack of funding and support; money to hire equipment, money to pay staff and money to even purchase airtime to showcase such programming on television,” he lamented.

Currently, Footprint TV is telecast on a myriad of television stations; GhOne TV, Joy Prime, and TV7.

In spite of some teething challenges, Albert remains focused in how and where he wants to take the brand and its association of events.

“We look forward to reaching more souls for Christ all over the world and we hope to become a 24-hour channel and add a radio station to our brand,” he wished!

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DJ Mensah To Host Teens At The 4th Edition Of “Vac With DJ Mensah”.



Ghanaian born multi talented Disc Jockey Michael Ayenu Mensah popularly known behind the Turn Tables as the Untouchable Dj Mensah is set to host, yet another edition of Africa’s biggest teen festival dubbed, Vac With DJ Mensah.

This would be the 4th edition of the high school oriented outdoor event slated for Friday August 30 at Datus Community 7, 12pm, to celebrate both the completion of the BECE & WASSCE by the JHS and SHS leavers as well as to welcome the long vacations for continuing high school students.

The official launch for the 4th edition of Vac with Dj Mensah came off at the Tema Secondary School, Temasco, July 2019. As part of efforts to revamp and ensure conducive learning environment for students of the school, Dj Mensah and his 99-year group celebrating their 20th anniversary also initiated the rehabilitation of the ICT lab project.

The teen's event will see a host of Ghanaian performing arts showcase their talents to the students. The first set of Artistes include Dope nation, Kofi mole, Coco Trey, Awal, Eddie kae, Gyakie, Sefa,Camidoh. The list goes on to include Kofi kinaata,Tulenkey,Shaker ,Flowking Stone ,Eno Barony,Sista Afia ,Quamina MP,Donzy,Kojo Cue,Bisa,TeePhlow & EL

The event powered by High Skul Clique, Events Factory and DJ Mensah would also feature 40+ of Africa’s top buzzing artistes this year including Tulenkey, Eddie Khae, Kofi Kinaata, Quamina MP, E.L, Sista Afia, Teephlow, DopeNation, Kofi Mole, Fameye, among others.

This event is open to all high school students across Ghana as the Vac with Dj Mensah train will surely be on most campuses soon. The rate to the event is a cool GH10 and show starts from 1pm.

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