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KubiLiveChat: Hi,am Rama from KubiLiveChat and am glad to have you on our chat today.

Eric Acquah: Yeah. Hi Rama.

KubiLiveChat: So sup with you.

Eric Acquah: Nothing much just keeping cool.

KubiLiveChat: Alright! So we wanna know who we chatting with today. A Little introduction will do.

Eric Acquah: Am Eric Acquah, a soccer player and a member of the Ghana national under20 in 2010, born and raised in Accra.

KubiLiveChat: Oh nice. Can you give me a gist of your educational background?

Eric Acquah: Well nothing much to talk about my education I completed SHS. I wasn’t much into school cause I realized my potential as a soccer player at an early stage. I remember telling my dad I don’t want to go to the university cause I want to play soccer and I bless God for how far he has brought me. The sky is the beginning.

KubiLiveChat: Wow! The sky indeed is your beginning. But I think school too is very crucial. Cause as you know in your profession is easy to pick an injury.

Eric Acquah: Well it’s true but with God in my corner no bout will be lost. As playing soccer one main thing to do is good investment that can sustain me after I’m done with soccer. I bless God I have a good management who make sure I invest well.

KubiLiveChat: Great! So what really pushed you in football.

Eric Acquah: Its a God given talent. It’s something I grew up with and I felt it’s a sin if I don’t play. Aside that, I grew up in a footballing community and I realized I could play and it continued from there.

KubiLiveChat: Wow, it’s a sin if you don’t work with your God given talent!

Eric Acquah: I believe so because that’s why God gave you that talent and one day you have to give an account to it when you meet HIM one day.

KubiLiveChat: Oh cool! So at what age did you start playing football?

Eric Acquah: Started playing when I was little boy.

KubiLiveChat: So when did you start playing professional football?

Eric Acquah: It started when I was playing juvenile football, my coach realized the potential in me so he pushed me to play when I was in SHS 1 couple of years ago. So at an early stage I started doing the business.

KubiLiveChat: Can you give us the age you started playing football professionally?

Eric Acquah: 16 years by then but now; the world has changed and soccer is not about age when you can play well you can play at any level.

KubiLiveChat: Great! So how far now in your career?

Eric Acquah: So far so good. God is taking me places and I bless HIS name for that.

KubiLiveChat: Amen. Now let’s talk about something more juicy.

Eric Acquah: Okay hit me with the headlines.

KubiLiveChat: Are you double or single?

Eric Acquah: I’m single #1.

KubiLiveChat: OOOOiiii why?

Eric Acquah: I’m still searching.

KubiLiveChat: Oh wow! All the best then dear.

Eric Acquah: Thank You very much!

KubiLiveChat: So which club are you at?

Eric Acquah: I’m with a first division club now after a short stay in Sudan and Dubai as well.

KubiLiveChat: Cool.

Eric Acquah: Yeah.

KubiLiveChat: So your management has been really working hard for you. How was the feeling when you got called to play for the under 20 in 2010?

Eric Acquah: Very very hard and words could not express how I felt but I will say it’s a great honor to be called to play and serve your motherland. God bless our homeland Ghana.

KubiLiveChat: Cool. I personally think is a kind of dream for every Ghanaian footballer

Eric Acquah: Exactly!

KubiLiveChat: So I’m not really a football person, so brief me small about football.

Eric Acquah: Well football is a game played by 22 players 11 each for both sides from the 11 each we have 10 players and a goalkeeper from the same both sides. It’s one of the greatest and biggest game on earth. I would love to say we are the modern day gladiators.

KubiLiveChat: Wow.

Eric Acquah: Just like ancient Rome.

KubiLiveChat: Oh cool.

Eric Acquah: Yeah!

KubiLiveChat: We wish you all the best. We about wrapping up; anything for your love ones and fans.

Eric Acquah: Thanks very much really appreciate it. All I will say is you guys should keep praying for me and I thank and really appreciate you all for your love and support God bless you all. NO LONG THING.

KubiLiveChat: It was nice chatting with you and we hope to see more of you.

Eric Acquah: Same here and thanks for having me on your chat!

By: Rama De Jesus [KubiLiveChat]

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Ghanaian Movie Industry Needs A Distribution Company To Slove It’s Ailing Problem : Ghanaian-UK Based Director Advices



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Director Jaguar, Ghanaian-UK based movie director and producer have given his advice to how we can revive the lost taste in the movie industry.

On KubiLiveChat, Ghana’s number one online chat Jaguar was asked if he thinks if Ghana had movie directors and producers like Nigerian one would the movie industry be better, and according to him, he doesn’t think so as the ailing industry isn’t because of our movie industry.

According to him, we need a distribution company to who will help in getting our well-produced movies into other countries as well and not only circulating in the Ghanaian market.

This us what director Jaguar actually had to say; First of all we need to think of other markets outside Ghana.

We shouldn’t be content in Ghana but we should try and link up other African countries and sell to them.

We also need to push for film festivals. Of course relevant ones. Big distribution companies come to festivals looking for movies to distribute.

Going international means we should produce quality films with good strong lines in other to meet the standards our there.

Mr. Jaguar an award-winning International director has produced movies such as Adinkra, A New Sun, The World Cup Is Missing, Grilled, Circles, Bridge and more have been nominated as the best director in the ZAFAA awards, C HUB awards and the CAFAA awards.

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I Will Love To Have A Nude Shoot With TooSweet Annan : Model Audrey



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Model Audrey, Ghanaian young model who has launched herself very well into the modeling industry by featuring on bigger modeling and fashion shows across the country has made a very big revelation during a WhatsApp interview.

The model who was picked by Citi FM for its Expressions of Accra Fashion and modeling show was asked to choose a celebrity whom she will love to have a nude shoot with.

According to Model Audrey. She will love to have such a shoot with Zylofon Media signee TooSweet Annan.

Although this was shocking, as the host thought it would be the loud mouth and bad boy Shatta Wale.

Sharing her challenges with us, she made us know that she has not faced any challenge at all.

I haven’t had any challenges so far except some people tend to look down on you or give you that judgemental look when they find out I’m a model. But that doesn’t get to me at all because I love what I do”; She revealed.

We also asked her to share her first runway experience with us as she said; My first experience on the runway was pretty much exciting. I just couldn’t wait to get on the runway to show my long sexy legs! I wasn’t nervous at all and I had fun!”.

Finally, since the modeling industry has its own issues, we asked her to share with us how she get her gigs and according to her; “Her agent or loved ones who forward gigs to her and if she meet all the requirements she goes for it. She also surfs for gigs by myself sometimes too.

To book Model Audrey, kindly email her on or follow her on these social handles below.

Twitter & Instagram: @Audrey_quist

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Hamamat Montia Inspires Me : Model Audrey Reveals



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Model Audrey, Ghanaian young model who has launched herself very well into the modeling industry by featuring in most fashion shows across the country.

Speaking to King Kubi on KubiLiveChat, she revealed who Inspires her so much based on the modeling career she has chosen.

According to Model Audrey, Hammamat Montia inspires her so much. She went on to reveal, she is the real definition of African beauty as she loves how she portrays the Ghanaian and African Culture to the entire world.

During the interview, she made us know how the modeling ambition came all about as she revealed; “It started off as a kid. My dad was a model too. Used to see pictures of him on the runway, in adverts and shoots. I had so much interest in that especially fashion shows and I told myself I’ll enter into modeling one day. And boom! Here I am today”.

Being asked if her dad agreed to this passion of hers’ she said; “Yes he did. Everyone supported me! My Family is the best” she revealed.

To book Model Audrey, kindly email her on or follow her on these social handles below.

Twitter & Instagram: @Audrey_quist

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