Ghana: KKD and Anita Erskine to Host Miss Ghana Finals

Two of Ghana's finest live show hosts, Kwesi Kyei Darkwah (KKD) and Anita Erskine, have been announced as hosts for the finals of the Miss Ghana 2012 pageant, organisers of the event, Exclusive Events Ghana, have said.

Both KKD and Anita will bring a lot of professionalism and skill to bear on an event that is expected to be historic.

With a combined wealth of experience that dates back several decades, they should make a perfect pair.

This will be the first time they will be hosting the national finals together.

Set for the Accra International Conference Centre this Saturday, the 2012 finals is going to be fun-filled, the organisers say.

With entertainment being provided by award-winning Nigerian star Asa, the adorable Efya, Sherifa Gunu, and Gyedu Blay Ambolley, it is sure going to be a great show.

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The fifth cycle of The One Show is set to return on Monday November 12, following immense success from the fourth season.

Over the past couple of years, it has proved to be a benchmark in television talk shows in Ghana. The new season promises to make greater strides, with a LIVE show from Monday to Thursday at 5:00 p.m.

2012 RTP Award-winner Joselyn Dumas returns with co-host PY Addo Boateng for the revamped new season. Together, the duo will surpass all expectation, with fresh segments such as 'PY's Day,' where he will be in the driver's seat every Thursday discussing topical issues.

Unsung Heroes is a motivational and inspirational segment, where Joselyn and P.Y celebrate and recognise unsung heroes every Thursday across Ghana, and give back to them for their hard work, which is sponsored by La Villa Boutique Hotels.

Joselyn will also share a motivational quote each day called 'Top Tweet'.

The introduction of new segments in The One Show is definitely going to draw an increased audience share, interactivity, and also involve the audience, which will attract more viewers from a larger scope.

Unlike previous seasons, the show will be aired LIVE from Viasat 1 studio in Labone. The set has been rescaled and redesigned with better colours to add more excitement to the show. Viewers now get a bigger platform to join the show, by posting comments, anniversary wishes, and any celebration requests via the social media network (facebook and twitter - The One Show), which will be read LIVE on air.

Since its premiere in August 2010, The One Show has received tremendous feedback from viewers, which has reflected in an impressive share of audience, according to research.

The show has, by far, featured a tall list of personalities such as politicians, entertainment and showbiz moguls, unsung heroes, veteran broadcasters, human rights activists, social commentators, and many more. Catch the premiere this Monday, November 12, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. on Viasat 1.

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