- The DJ is a graduate of the University of Ghana, Legon
- He has a first degree in Political Science and Information Technology (IT) from the Ghanaian university
- DJ Teddy once worked as a banker at Societe Generale Ghana
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Up-and-coming Ghanaian entertainer, DJ Teddy, has recalled how he left the banking profession to become a disc jockey and master of ceremonies for events.
Without any formal training, DJ Teddy learned the fundamentals of the craft by willfully following and monitoring skilled professionals in the field.
According to him, the people he learned from were not necessarily famous personalities but knew the craft.
Becoming a DJ
Teddy discovered he had a passion for the craft at age 12 but didn't receive formal training from the skilled ''great men'' he followed growing up, he said. He acquired the skills through self-learning and commitment.
In an interview with GHPage TV, he revealed that working as a DJ pays more than working in the bank.
Before becoming an entertainer, he worked as a banker with Societe General Ghana and decided to follow his passion after his contract ended.
Teddy earned his first degree in Political Science and Information Technology (IT) from the University of Ghana, he said.
Teddy shares his story in the video below;
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Ghanaian man turns plastic waste into fuels
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian engineer, Francis Kantavooro is converting plastic waste into either diesel, gasoline, kerosene, or gas for domestic use with a reactor he assembled.
The entrepreneur is helping to address sanitation challenges in the West African nation by converting discarded plastic waste into cost-effective fuels for home use and power either cars or motorcycles.
In an interview with SciDev.Net, Francis Kantavooro disclosed that he started the initiative back in the university.
First Ghanaian doctor at Akyemensa District
In a separate story, the Member of Parliament for the Ofoase-Ayirebi Constituency, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah has disclosed that he has provided his a district in his constituency with its first medical doctor.
Dr Prince Koranteng Ampaw makes history as the first medical doctor in Akyemensa District in the Ofoase Ayirebi Constituency of the Eastern Region.
The MP for Ofoase-Ayirebi who doubles as the Minister for Information joined forces with District Chief Executive (DCE) Paul Asamoah to construct for him an official residence and to provide for him an official vehicle.
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