Audio: Interview with Ghana Captain, Asamoah Gyan

There are times when people open up to you in ways you never quite expect them to. They say things that surprise, and even shock you, sometimes. When the captain of the Ghana Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan joined me on the Traffic Avenue (on-air from 14.00 - 17.30 GMT every weekday), that was the feeling …

I am a girl – Yaayaa

“I wasn’t really into singing. I will sing along when someone is singing.” Bertha speaking about how she got into music. In 2012, her voice captivates the hearts of thousands of music lovers all over the world on a daily basis as her music, works of her own creative genius, is on replay on the …

“I wanted to change the world”

Straight out of her mouth the words came pouring out. There was no question about the firmness and conviction in her submission about why she had chosen to pursue a career in journalism. “I wanted to change the world”, Nicky Hlanze said to me when we sat down to talk about her aspirations for the …

Contrasts and Comparisons

I could almost see a tear in her eye as she spoke to me. The passion in her voice made it quiver and her constant slapping of her hands to emphasize a point didn’t help either. Her natural hair, her slim physique, her gestures and brown slippers gave nothing away of the strong views about …

His name is Ebo Taylor

He sits before me in his black hat, slanted awkwardly in a typical showman fashion to accompany the sunglasses he dons. The combination of patched blue and white that makes the bulk of the colours on his shirt and the black trousers held up by the black belt with a gold buckle, though modest, screams …