Forbes Africa and Peace Hyde come together to bring Ghanaian television one of Africa's most watched TV talk shows called "My Worst Day".
As a writer for Forbes Africa Magazine, Peace Hyde has been instrumental in brokering the deal that will bring the hit TV show to Ghanaian television screens. EIB Network's GH ONE will air Ghana's maiden episode of the show come December.
For the past six months the show has gone from strength to strength, taking Nigeria, South Africa, and 14 other sub-Saharan countries by storm becoming the highest rated business entertainment talk show in the sub-region. And with guests like Aliko Dangote with an estimated net worth of $15 billion, Africa's richest woman Folorunsho Alakija with an estimated net worth of $1.82 billion, and South African Billionaire and current mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba, it's no surprise the show's getting rave reviews.
A multiple award winning TV presenter, Peace Hyde has starred in MTV's hit HIV advocacy series Shugga - airs in 84 countries - and is the current host of Ghana's biggest talent show, MTN Hitmaker, and one of Ghana's biggest lifestyle shows, Friday Night Live.
As part of the TV deal, the show will also air on international business news channel CNBC Africa on DSTV.