(New York, NY) The premier pan-African media company Face2Face Africa is proud to introduce its newest platform this month. The company is behind the production of a new, exciting talk show that will enhance and compliment its mission of bringing Africa’s stories to the world and cultivating an interconnected generation of people of African descent.
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Named after the host Sandra Appiah, “The Sandra Appiah Show” is a breakthrough platform, where the stars and architects of Africa’s emerging future connect and share the inside stories of their unique journeys. Consequently, it is poised to be one of the most-influential voices of African millennials around the globe.
The pilot season is composed of eight riveting episodes, where Sandra sits down with both icons and rising stars, including fashion icon Alek Wek, controversial musician Femi Kuti, prominent Ghanaian actor John Dumelo, renowned orthopedic surgeon and founder of FOCOS Foundation Dr. Oheneba Boachie-Adjei, the new face of African fashion, designer Kibonen Nfi,master-chef Eric Adjepong, founder of WIE Network Dee Poku, and entrepreneur/founder of Essiespice Essie Bartels.
Face2Face Africa is giving its devoted audience and followers a first look at each pilot episode exclusively on its Facebook page. The first episode, featuring Femi Kuti, will premiere on Sunday, January 18th, at 7 p.m. A new episode will be released every two weeks following the premiere for the next four months.
With an incandescent passion matched only by her abundant ambition and prodigious talent, Sandra Appiah has been at the forefront of this generation of Africans’ mission to seize control of the continent’s narrative and how it is curated, crafted, and presented to the wider world.
“I have met so many fascinating, transcending, and inspiring Africans over the course of my career and have always wondered why their stores are not being told. With this platform, I hope to shed light on the game changers and challenge perceptions about Africa and Africans worldwide. I also hope to shed light on the rise of the youth and how the new generation is impacting the discourse and contributing toward a positive transformation of the continent and worldwide diaspora,” says Sandra Appiah.
For questions about the show, republishing, licensing, and all other inquiries, please contact email@example.com or call Face2Face Africa at 1-888-505-1299.