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How can somebody like me from a small tribe - the Ahanta people in the Western Region - be called to go to work in Accra; I mean how are the people going to receive me?

Bishop John Bonaventure Kwofie

Somebody from this small place, Apowa, and now Bishop of Sekondi-Takoradi, and now shot up to be the Bishop of Accra! I did my minor seminary at Amisano and then joined the Spiritans, a missionary congregation.

My chocolatier journey began when I came across the word “chocolatier” in a magazine. It piqued my curiosity, ...

DecoKraft’s Akua Obenewaa Donkor

This interview was carried out by Golda Addo (GA), in a bid to start celebrating amazing and exemplary Ghanaians breaking boundaries and charting their own paths at home and abroad.

In 2013, according to research by Forbes, her net worth had reached more than three billion US dollars, making her Africa's first billionaire woman. Five years have passed ever since and her wealth has continued to grow.

Angolan businesswoman, Isabel dos Santos

Many people around the world are familiar with Aliko Dangote, a Nigerian who is often described as Africa's richest man. But Isabel dos Santos, 45, an Angolan businesswoman, is Africa's richest woman and the eldest child of Angola’s former President José Eduardo dos Santos, who was in power from 1979 to 2017.

AA: Like any armchair football coach, the armchair politician’s task is always the easiest; it becomes a different story when the reality hits him in office. What is your take on that?

Related: Exclusive Interview: Marricke Kofi Gane Talks Political Future and More - Part 3

Marricke Kofi Gane is a chartered accountant by profession, a corporate coach, and an International Development expert, with experience managing several aid funds for European governments in over 30 countries.

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