- Popular television host and comedian, Steve Harvey, is set to bring his famous show, Family Feud, to Africa for the first time.
- Ghana and South Africa have been selected as the first two countries in Africa to have the rights to produce the show.
- Harvey, who is convinced the show would do well in Africa, revealed he had always wanted to pursue this course of action.
Television show host and comedian, Steve Harvey, has announced that his popular show, Family Feud, is coming to Africa.
Information available shows that his media company, Fremantle, now has rights to license the format for the African version of the show.
YEN.com.gh understands that it would be produced by Rapid Blue, which is Fremantle’s local production partner in the region.
Harvey has played the role of the host of the show for almost a decade and is on his way to become its longest serving host.
Harvey reveals, per a report by deadline.com, that he has always dreamt of bringing the show to Africa.
He is convinced that it would soon become a household name for Ghanaian and South African families.
From then onwards, he adds, the show is likely to spread to several media and business projects throughout the continent.
In other news, Janet Doku-Kwarteng, who was born Ama Kezia, began dealing with challenges right from childhood.
At two years, her father passed away and she found it difficult to get hersef educated.
A Good Samaritan, Anthony Doku-Kwarteng, showed up in her life and did his best to take her through basic school till she completed Senior High School (SHS) in 2007, but was unable to continue because of financial challenges.
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