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Peace Hyde is West African Correspondent for Forbes Magazine


Accra, Aug. 5 (GNA) – Madam Peace Hyde, a British and Ghanaian TV personality, has been unveiled as the new West African Correspondent for the Forbes Africa Magazine.

In her role, she would be responsible for profiling amazing entrepreneurs of the West African continent in telling Africa’s stories.

She is also the first Ghanaian to hold the coveted position.

The monthly Forbes magazine, which profiles great entrepreneurs from the continent including the likes of Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, and Tony Elumelu among many others as Africa’s richest personalities, is the number one read magazine amongst Africa’s affluent, according to a recent EMS survey.

The former educationist has seven years of teaching experience specialising in teaching pre-university students physics, chemistry and biology and rose to the position of senior manager during her tenure in the UK education sector.

She hosted the largest talent competition in Ghana, MTN Hitmaker and her recent addition to a hit TV Series MTV Shuga 4, which was set in Lagos Nigeria.

The screen Goddess has an MA in Communication and Digital Media, and an MA in Journalism from the London school of Journalism.

Over the past three years, she started an education consultancy called Aim Higher Africa, which provided expertise in education systems and policies, efficiency management as well as introducing the use of information technology in the classroom.

Her ingenuity has seen her partner with Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, the former Ghana’s first lady and President of the 31st December Women’s Movement, on a number of educational programmes.

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