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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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Quojo Clergy, CEO Of Clergy Creatives Talks Start-Up, Working With Infinix Mobility Ghana & More On KubiLiveChat

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KubiLiveChat: Today we host a young graphic designer as he is famously known as Clergy Creatives

Brother welcome to KubiLiveChat Ghana’s number one online Chat

Clergy Creatives: Thanks for the opportunity, bro.

KubiLiveChat: Welcome brother. Can you tell us how the graphic designing ambition started?

Clergy Creatives: Well, whenever this question hits me, all I could say is “this job is my life”. Growing up has just been that. My dad is an artist, art lecturer, and a photographer. I started visiting his shop when I was 12, where I had my personal computer in his office. Every day after school, I go to his office to get my graphic design lessons. Putting in more effort in everyday studies, he saw the passion I got for the job so he began to push it all to me. I offered visual arts in SHS, and after SHS, I had a six months training in one of Ghana’s known advertising agency “Afromedia Gh Ltd”, where my dad was once a lecturer, head by the late Jake Obetsebi Lamptey popularly known as the Advertising Titan. I gained much experience in the graphic designing business during this period, due to the passion and effort I put in everyday lessons. Well, God has been good, and the journey has been quite tough anyway, living such dream in a country where art is not so much respected / valued.

KubiLiveChat: I get it. Have you worked official with any companies so far?

Clergy Creatives: I’ve worked with 3 companies so far. Truth is, I’ve always loved being a freelancer, then being an employee due to the employment system we have here in our country, (longer working hours, little paycheck/salary) LOL. My first job (employment) was in 2012 with “PrintNet” an advertising firm at Teshie, where I worked for a year, and to Sakumono, a design and printing firm also for 2years, then I decided to go back to freelance. In 2016, I had my last employment with Infinix Mobility Ghana, as the Creative Director, where I worked for about 2years and now, again, back to Freelance (FULL TIME). It was a great experience.

KubiLiveChat: Let me ask, were you behind all the artworks done during this two years in office?

Clergy Creatives: Yes, everything concerning design, outdoor and shop branding across the country.

KubiLiveChat: That’s champ. So lemme ask how much were you paid for all these

Clergy Creatives: haha, sorry I cant share that. but it was worth my work at that time. 🤩

KubiLiveChat: Alright so how much do u charge based on individual flyers

Clergy Creatives: 100 – 150 cedis. Talking of events, I have a cool package which covers pre-event flyers (teasers), main flyer design and countdowns at a cool price, depends on the duration of the promo.

KubiLiveChat: There you go, my people.

Follow him on these social handles below!!!

Instagram: @clergycreatives

Facebook: Quojo Clergy

Twitter: @quojoclergy

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CEO Of Bellwade Designs Talks Start-Up, Working With Adomaa And More On KubiLiveChat

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CEO Of Bellwade Designs : Nana Chere

KubiLiveChat: So today we are got up with the CEO of bellwade designs. How are you sir?

Bellwade Designs: Aye. By GOD’S GRACE, I’m fine and you?

KubiLiveChat: Am doing very great Sir. To kick off why the name bellwade Designs

Bellwade Designs: Well the name is just Bellwade, I added designs because at the moment we are just doing graphic design; but the name I got it from a vision from God

KubiLiveChat: That’s great. How did this ambitious graphic designing start?

Bellwade Designs: Well it started way back in lower primary when I found I had the ability to draw, so I started drawing for seniors and making designs for the school, in shs I was also designing letters for the boys to send to their girlfriends. I’m pretty sure that’s how it started

KubiLiveChat: Hahaha so did you take monies when u designed letters for the boys to be given to their girlfriends?

Bellwade Designs: Oh that one I didn’t charge but I got some little allowances

KubiLiveChat: Hahaha that’s great. When did u officially become a graphic designer?

Bellwade Designs: In 2015 I became a graphic designer, my dad took me to some design firm, I didn’t know why and I didn’t even want to go but I guess he saw something since he’s a Rev

KubiLiveChat: Eeii pastor BA hahaha. God bless your dad for this. So far how has the journey been?

Bellwade Designs: Hihi yeah, the journey has been rough but lately it’s getting great. People using you and you not getting the correct money for your work but all this builds us up

KubiLiveChat: We really thank God for this! Awwww exactly!!! Is bellwade signed by any record label or company so far?

Bellwade Designs: Well Bellwade is not on any record label yet

KubiLiveChat: What of a company?

Bellwade Designs: But we are currently doing works for various companies such as OMNIS2131, Trap Ghana, Coco Vanilla and hopefully a big company in Ghana but that’s in the pipeline

KubiLiveChat: Wonderful! Working with these companies how is the feeling

Bellwade Designs: It’s great. And I almost forgot I’m working with one great company KubiLive if not for him I don’t know where I’d be. Mostly these companies understand how being creative entails so they give me space to work well

KubiLiveChat: Eeiii you want to make my head big Hahaha. That’s very wonderful. I got a hint based on your working with Adomaa. How did this happen?

Bellwade Designs: Uhm so for Adomaa her manager is my Boss so that’s how the link up came

KubiLiveChat: That’s very great. Working with Adomaa do u request for any additional pieces of stuff to Match up your kind of design you will be providing her?

Bellwade Designs: Mostly I just ask for pictures with the concept of the kind of designs she wants

KubiLiveChat: Alright. But I thought sometimes designers make art covers according to the way a track goes

Bellwade Designs: Yes that’s true, but if the artist wants to use their picture it changes and it’s best if the pic they want to use is already in line with the song so the design is much doper. I’m sure you’ve seen the cover I did for Adomaa that’s exactly what we did

KubiLiveChat: Sure I sure it and it’s really dope. Aside Adomaa which other mainstream artists have u work with?

Bellwade Designs: Bisa Kdei but not directly that one was also through his manager

KubiLiveChat: Alright keep the good works up. Aside from designing, any other work line?

Bellwade Designs: Yes I’m also working on software development and cyber security ..all are in the pipeline

KubiLiveChat: Multi-talented. So based on your charges will you love to disclose all these to us?

Bellwade Designs: Disclose my charges?? Yes I can

KubiLiveChat: Alright so how much do you charge for a logo, artwork and a random design?

Bellwade Designs: Okay so for a logo the basic ones I charge 450 cedis but for a much complex one 600 cedis and for ones with more specifications from the client the prices go higher. For artworks, we charge 100cedis now and other designs based on what you want and hours spent on it before I can tell you the charge

KubiLiveChat: Wow this is huge. Any last word for others who want to be like you?

Bellwade Designs: Okay well I’ll tell them that you need God first of all. And to be like me or even better you need two things, Creativity and technical knowledge

KubiLiveChat: There you go, my people.

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#KubiLiveChat: Ghanaian Songstress “Fina” Reveals Details For Incoming New Track Titled “Fake Love”

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KubiLiveChat: Today we host a young rising songstress who is better known as Fina. We will be talking about her new Incoming single who she has titled fake love.

Although we don’t know if she is producing this kind of track based on her personal love experience or not, we will get to know.

Fina welcome Ghana’s number one online chat KubiLiveChat

Fina: Tanx boss

KubiLiveChat: Fina seriously today u need to tell me your real cause I just know you as fina

Fina: Well Am Sarafina

KubiLiveChat: No surname hahaha

Fina: Am not just a music lover but an artist as well. I prefer my Sarafina better boss

KubiLiveChat: When did this music journey start dear?

Fina: I ‘ve always been a backing vocalist but I started the FINA brand way back in 2016

KubiLiveChat: That’s great. Based on your being a backing vocalist. Which artists did you ever do this backing for?

Fina: Oh I ‘ve worked with the likes of FMG, Lovey Clarke, Holy Jezzy, Adonis a whole lot of artist

KubiLiveChat: That’s very great. Does it mean you haven’t done backing for any top artist yet?

Fina: Well I have done a couple of two just can’t disclose that moreover, I believe we all artist There’s no top artist anywhere.

KubiLiveChat: Wow! Are u trying to also say Wizkid is not a superstar hahaha?

Fina: I believe am also a superstar Just that I ‘ve not gotten the exposure yet

KubiLiveChat: I love this!!! You recently released a new track titled Envy which god of beats, better known to be Skillisbeatz. Now, lemme ask what was the main inspiration behind that track?

Fina: That song is about my life.

KubiLiveChat: I see. Then why now a new incoming track called Fake Love?

Fina: In the lyrics of fake Love there are lines like today boys They ‘ve got nothing but only hit and run. Men are taking women for granted these days. One man can be handling like 3 women at ago My message in the fake luv is a simple message Just telling the men we are no options to them. Women are very special u don’t have to hurt them

KubiLiveChat: Alright but based on you sending such a message. What of the women who also love spending guys monies?

Fina: Will send their message soon too.

KubiLiveChat: Hahaha that’s great. Who produced this particular track?

Fina: Produced by Skillisbeat and mixed by UglyBeatz.

KubiLiveChat: How is the feeling working with Skillisbeatz cause I know he has worked with Wisa before.

Fina: Well it was a pleasure working with him.

KubiLiveChat: And what of UglyBeatz; Cause he has worked with Kelvyn Boy before

Fina: Am so honored to work with him. It’s a great honor and I count myself lucky to be working with Ugly.

KubiLiveChat: Wonderful!! Since your new incoming track Fake Love is yet to be released, can you tell us the exact date which it will be out?

Fina: I don’t really know Cuz Ugly is now working on it.

KubiLiveChat: Alright dear we will patiently wait for this new incoming Jam.

Fina: Sure.

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