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Bola Ray to celebrate 25 years of media career

BY: Kofi Duah
Bola Ray to celebrate 25 years of media career
Bola Ray

As part of activities marking his 25th anniversary as a media mogul, CEO of EIB Network, Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi, better known as Bola Ray has launched the ‘Project Impact’ to mentor young people who aspire to excel in their fields of endeavor.

Speaking at the launch which took place at the Platinum Place, Ridge, Accra over the weekend                                                                     

Bola Ray revealed plans to hold mentorship programmes every month for young people across the country.

He stated that this will allow the youth to attend thought leadership seminars in order to change the narrative and be influenced by mentorship.

According to the media entrepreneur, this is part of his efforts to give back to society and ensure equal opportunity for the youth.

He added that "Project Impact" will have personalities from all the industries such as fashion, music, agriculture, finance, etc., to guide young people in making career choices.

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In 1997, Bola Ray, a then ambitious and visionary young man started what, in a few years, became one of the leading media personalities' brands in Ghana.

With 25 years of growth and ground-breaking success, Bola Ray, has set benchmarks as not just a media personality but an influential brand who has mentored and inspired young people to find their path to success.

Bola Ray gave wings to his vision and unveiled himself as a radio host in 1997 at Radio Universe. He started when digitalization was still in its infancy and the internet was uncharted territory.

But due to his unique presenting style, he quickly became a household name in the Ghanaian media space and has won many prestigious awards in the process.

With his excellent industry insights and creative prowess, Bola Ray has spearheaded some ingenious ideas and path-breaking campaigns that aim to inspire the next generation and promote Ghanaian tourism.

Bola Ray, the CEO of the African-facing EIB Network and the founder of Empire Protocol, has accomplished a lot in Ghana and beyond in the last few years.

The 25th anniversary celebration will feature activities including a school outreach and mentorship programme