Omanhene

One of Ghana’s most experienced broadcasters, Alvin Yaw Adu Boakye popularly known as Omanhene would be starting “Food for thought” on ABN Radio 1 105.7 soon, Ghanagistonline.com can report.

“Food for thought is a 40 minutes motivational program he used to bring the way of his listeners on his former radio program, “Kesben Maakye”.

The motivational talk show which has been aired for about 10 years has impacted several lives across the country.

Food for thought has been registered by the ace broadcaster and occasionally hosts Liberty Conference, a motivational conference that seats close to 500 attendants.

Sources at Angel Broadcasting Network (ABN) reveal that the people of Ashanti and Ghana are all eagerly waiting for “THE MAN IN THE MORNING.

“When people had hints that he is coming, they have always been calling to ask when he is starting, they really miss his Foodforthought program,” the source told the Gister.

Omanhene Adu Boakye resigned from Kessben Media last month after some misunderstanding with his former employers, after serving the company for 17 years.

His engagement with ABN Radio 1 is surely going give radio stations in the Ashanti region where it is located, and Ghana as a whole a Herculean task maintaining their listeners.

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