Groupe Nduom launches its own Television Station in the United Kingdom
-Groupe Nduom has launched its Television Station in the UK
-The aim of the TV Station is to broadcast content from his TV stations in Ghana and some parts of Africa in the UK
-The launch was held on Saturday, November 4
Click here for all the latest news in Ghana
Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom of Groupe Nduom has carted a new venture from himself in the United Kingdom by launching a Television Station in the country known as GNTV UK which will run on free view be on Sky TV and Vision TV.
READ ALSO: Local gospel songstress Ophelia Nyantakyi confirms separating from her husband; reveals her new name
According to the business mogul, GNTV UK, will have its content sourced from TV channels in Africa which are managed by Groupe Nduom including First News Network (FNN), Business Television Africa (BTA), Sports 24, and Amansan Television (ATV). Others are Faith TV, Ocean1 TV and Spyder Lee Entertainment TV (SETV).
READ ALSO: Nana Aba Anamoah sends hilarious video of concerns from Makola traders to President Akufo-Addo
One of the programs that was highlighted to be on the TV station in UK is “Talk Africa; Trending Africa” which was designed to discuss pertinent matters in the African Continent and was going to be aired 7 times a week from 6:30 to 8:30 AM.
Speaking at the launch, Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom indicated that Africans had to have the voice everywhere in the world to be able to tell their own story.
As a business man who has entrepreneurship at heart, Dr. Nduom revealed that the Television Station was going to serve as an advertising grounds for African business to reach the global market.
Ghana’s High Commissioner to the UK, Paapa Owusu Ankomah and the Vice President of the Liberian Association in the UK were at the launch and they both commended the businessman for his entrepreneurial prowess.
READ ALSO: Budding TV Show hostess goes completely bald in order to "battle cancer"
Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom was in the company of his wife, Mrs. Yvonne Nduom, Mr. Kwame Ofori Asomaning, Mr. Ben Ansah, Ms Barbara Brown, Mr. Fred Manu, Mr. Nicholas Omaboe, Mr Michael Kunke, Ms Henrietta Adom, Mr Kweku Nduom, Mr Chiefy Nduom and others from the Groupe Nduom office in the UK during the launch.
The TV station is scheduled to go live on Sky Network on November 16.