Kwame Sefa Kayi is undoubtedly a “force” in the Ghanaian and African Broadcasting Industry.
He was selected to be among the few to bear the enviable Olympic torch in London 2012 which is some days ahead.
Kwame held the torch on Ghana’s republic day, July 1 on the streets of London amidst a rousing cheers from the “royals” of London and beyond.
Talking on BBC’s Network Africa this morning, Kwame spoke about the excitement he had from the fans across the streets of London; the cheers and picture-taking.
Kwame described the political atmosphere of Ghana as exciting when asked by the presenter.
On judgement debts, he mentioned the high profiled once like Woyome judgement debt, CP and recent one, Galloper cars as the most talked about on air and social media platforms.
When Kwame was asked whether he was going to sell his torch, he said no, for now, even though the torch is reported to be going for a whooping 100,000 pounds on Ebay.
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