Meet KSM's wife who is a consultant for the World Bank (video)

Meet KSM's wife who is a consultant for the World Bank (video)

- Ghanaian comedian KSM's rarely seen wife is an industry expert called Mavis Ampah

- Mavis runs her own consultancy and occasionally works for the World Bank, which used to be her usual business

- According to the veteran Ghanaian comedian, in a recent interview, his wife is more intelligent than he is

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Mavis Ampah, the wife of veteran Ghanaian comedian, Kweku Sintim Misa (KSM) has worked with the World Bank as the Lead ICT Policy Specialist until recently.

The popular comedian unveiled his rarely seen wife during a recent interview with Kokonsa that was sighted by on their YouTube channel.

KSM revealed that his wife is one of the most intelligent people he has ever met and he always goes to her for clarification on many things he does not understand.

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To create a vivid picture of how smart his wife is, KSM mentioned that she was the first person to organize a worldwide communications conference in Ghana.

The event was so successful and the results so impressive that, as KSM recalls, Mavis was invited to organize a similar event at Malawi.

Currently, Mavis Ampah runs her own enterprise that does international consulting and occasionally consults for the World Bank if any issues arise.

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Meet KSM's wife who is a consultant for the World Bank (video)
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In other news, a throwback video of Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, popularly known as Kwesi Arthur, when he was an underground artiste without much money has surfaced.

In the footage sighted by on the verified Facebook handle of OMGVoice, Kwesi Arthur was much younger but had pretty much the same deep voice he is known to possess currently.

In the background, there were some loose wires hanging randomly and one could tell by the camera quality or just a stare at Arthur that he was not well-to-do financially.

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