Undoubtedly Ghana’s most successful media personality, Peace Hyde has added yet another milestone to her long list of accolades.
In what is being dubbed as the most prestigious talk show on the continent, Peace Hyde anchors the Forbes Africa TV show, My Worst Day which has already amassed over 60 million viewers across 16 countries in sun Saharan Africa via the pan African CNBC Africa channel on DSTV.
The show has the enviable reputation of being the only program, which interviews the continents billionaire and millionaire business tycoons. The riveting first episode features Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote who sits down with the winner of the 2016 African broadcaster of the year award and Forbes Africa correspondent to discuss the most challenging day in his business career.
In the half hour interview, which premiers on EIB Networks GH One TV Wednesday the 22nd of February at 5:30 pm, Africa’s richest man discloses the challenges he faced setting up the first cement factory which led to millions of dollars in losses. See what events turned Dangote from “Black to Red” and how he dealt with his worst day ever in business.