Delay remembers her past; says she used to go to bed hungry

Delay remembers her past; says she used to go to bed hungry

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Popular Ghanaian show hostess and business executive, Deloris Frimpong-Manso, has opened up on some challenges she faced in the past.

According to her, she often dreamed of becoming a big radio presenter in Accra during her time at Nkawkaw in the Eastern Region.

She added that she often had no choice but to sleep on an empty stomach when she moved to Tema in the Greater Accra Region.

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Per a report by, Deloris, popularly known as Delay, added that it is important to keep dreaming.

Taking to social media, she noted that “I’ve always been a bit too ambitious, and have never been afraid to dream big. I used to live in Nkawkaw and will dream of being a big-time radio presenter in Accra!

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“I used to sleep on an empty stomach in Tema and dream of running some huge business. I haven’t stopped dreaming. I’ve been dreaming a lot lately! Sometimes, all you have is a dream. KEEP DREAMING! DREAMS COME TRUE! #beinspired.” earlier reported that when Delay first dreamed of starting a business, she had major setbacks while dealing with homelessness.

In spite of the financial challenges, she just kept moving forward. The entrepreneur, television and radio show host, producer, public speaker and women's advocate, began her broadcasting career as a presenter with Life FM in Nkawkaw in the Eastern Region of Ghana at the age of 17 in 1999.

Delay later moved to Top Radio in 2005 in the capital, Accra, where she worked until 2007 and was later hired by the newly established Oman FM in 2007, where she worked until 2016.

While she was working with Oman FM, Delay started her own television program, the Delay Show in 2008 on TV3.

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In 2011, she wrote and produced the household television series, Afia Schwarzenegger.

As the owner of Maxgringo Productions, she introduced television series Cocoa Brown, a story that mirrored her truth.

The prominent Ghanaian on-screen personality has fast become an inspiration despite her early struggle with homelessness.

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