Peace Hyde is arguably the leading TV presenter in Africa since Toke Makinwa made her author debut with “On Becoming,” and Toolz is now a wife.
The British-Ghanaian TV girl has been consistent, since the premiere of Forbes Africa’s “My Worst Day” show with Peace as host in 2016. It is safe to say that “My Worst Day” is the only show on the continent that interviews Africa’s billionaires and millionaires in a no holds barred conversation about their most challenging day in business and was subsequently, one of the most watched shows on the Pan African business platform, CNBC airing in over 16 African countries in Sub Saharan Africa.
Peace Hyde is now on her unstoppable rise with the forthcoming second season of her Forbes Africa show, “My Worst Day with Peace Hyde.”
The first season featured interviews with Aliko Dangote, Folorunso Alakija, Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, Tonye Cole, Femi Otedola, Senator Ben Murray Bruce and Cosmas Maduka amongst a host of other titans from South Africa including Herman Mashaba, and more. “My Worst Day” season 2, which airs in May, looks set to deliver the same punch with powerful stories from the continents.
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