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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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I Have No Mentor In The Music Industry : Gyidi

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Gyidi, Ghanaian music rising star known in real life as George Kofi Asare has revealed he doesnt have any mentor in the music industry.

Revealing this in an exclusive interview on KubiLiveChat, he revealed honestly, he doesn’t look up to anyone in the industry.

He moved on saying, there are some people whose works he admires and get inspired by certain aspects of their crafts.

But outside the industry, he looks up to Apostle Vinny Max Bani, AVMB as he is all rounded and has the knowledge and skill for every area of life.

He also revealed he had once approached a label but now he doesnt want to be on any label.

Giving a reason, he thinks it’s better to start off on your own, build something substantial so that a label who comes looking for you will be able to have a better deal with you.

He told us; Yhhhh I think it is better to start off on your own, build something substantial, so that should a label come looking for you you have a greater negotiation or bargaining power. I don’t think it is advisable to go chasing labels, you may be at their mercies. But start something, learn the business, build a strong brand then if they come calling you can have a proper conversation where you’re not exploited or something. Yhhh. Get power so sey nobody go overpower you. Hehe.

Gyidi is out with a new EP called “Dawn”.

Listen and enjoy below.

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Gyidi Reveals Inspiration Behind His “Dawn” EP

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Gyidi, Ghanaian music talented musician in an exclusive interview with KubiLiveChat revealed the inspiration behind his new EP.

According to him, his”Dawn” EP was inspired mainly by what he perceived people could be experiencing.

So of his songs were written as a way to communicate to people, heal, comfort and guide them.

He also revealed to us why he chooses the name “Dawn” as this was decided by him and his team.

Explaining this, he revealed because they had been away from music for a while and felt like this was going to be a new beginning for them.

Check out his “Dawn” EP below.

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Ghanaian Rising Artist Gyidi Reveals Meaning Of His Stage Name

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Gyidi, Ghanaian rising artist recently released a new EP called “Dawn” has revealed to us the meaning of stage name.

Speaking on KubiLiveChat, he revealed Gyidi means belief or faith.

It is actually the twi (a local Ghanaian dialect) for faith. The original pronunciation is “Gyidie”. I only took out the “e” to make it sound gyeer and more peculiar to me; he explained.

He also revealed to us, whatever he wants to achieve, he needs to believe to be able to do it, cos nothing comes cheap.

He further when on to reveal his name also announces to the people he stands for.

Enjoy his name EP “Dawn” below.

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