GHOne TV to never air Bukom Banku's programme on TV this new year

GHOne TV to never air Bukom Banku's programme on TV this new year

- Popular Ghanaian boxer Bukom Banku's live TV show on GHOne will not be aired in 2021

- This is according to an official statement released by the management of GHOne TV

- It is indicated that the programme has served and outlived its motive, hence the decision

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The management of GHOne TV, led by the widely celebrated Nana Aba Anamoah, has stated that the live TV show by Bukom Banku will not return.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of GHOne TV, the management expressed their gratitude to everyone who has been a big fan of the interesting programme.

According to the statement, however, the show was purposely meant to achieve a target within the electioneering period in Ghana, which is now over.

GHOne TV to never air Bukom Banku's programme on TV this new year

GHOne TV to never air Bukom Banku's programme on TV this new year Credit: thenanaaba
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See the statement below:

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"The show will not be returning to your screens this January having served the purpose for which it was created during the political campaign season.
"In its short life span, the show built an ardent following and made a considerable impact in a number of slum communities," it said.

At the time the show was rolled out, many people concluded that they wanted it to rub shoulders with UTV’s “Real News” which was hosted by actor and comedian, Akrobeto.

In other news, Awo Sebeye, a mother of three has given an account of how the children of a woman she took care of for twelve years burnt a will she left behind that made her (Awo Sebeye) the owner of her house.

In the video interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of SV TV Africa, the good-looking woman revealed that she was actually in no knowledge of the will when the woman died.

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According to Awo, who helps with house chores in the house and also washes clothes of others and scrubs bathrooms for a living, it was only after the woman died that she came to know about the inheritance.

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