Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Odo Ahomaso crew
Ace radio and television talk show host and multiple international award winner Akumaa Mama Zimbi, known in private life as Joyce Akumaa Dongotey-Padi, has revealed that her ‘Odo Ahomaso’ radio and television talk show is exactly 12 years old since its median edition in August, 2000.
‘Odo Ahomaso’ brings together outstanding personalities, seasoned motivational speakers and well experienced speakers on marriage, love and sex to teach, discuss and also solve related issues.
The show is broadcast live on Adom FM from 10:00pm to 12:00am GMT on every Wednesday and Saturday and telecast live from 11:00pm to 1:00am GMT on every Thursday and Friday on Adom TV on Multi-TV.
Mama Zimbi said the reason why the show had been so successful over a decade was that change should be built on new values and new skills and that was what the ‘Odo Ahomaso’ stood for. She added that the duration for the 12 years celebrations of ‘Odo Ahomaso’ spanned from now to the end of January 2013. She added that the show had in store exciting moments and great rewards for its ardent listeners and viewers who had truly stayed faithful.
‘Odo Ahomaso’ remains one of the longest running and most consistent late night shows on family, relationship, marriage and sex in the history of Ghanaian radio and television, and it is carried nationwide and worldwide by several affiliates, local and international, radio stations. Akumaa Mama Zimbi, through ‘Odo Ahomaso’ and her Mama Zimbi Foundation (MZF), has become a cultural icon for her philanthropic works, humanitarian works and her ability to use the media to solve peoples’ problems.
For Mama Zimbi, ‘medaase’, which means ‘thank you’, “is the foundation of a new society in which we all take more notice of each other and value each other’s contributions; whether they are at home, at work or in the marital bedroom. How Mama Zimbi says ‘medaase’ makes a difference. It is not just a word. It is cool. It comes accompanied with a hand sign. People want to say it, even if they do not know what it means at first. You have to make it fun...medaase…”

Credit: NEWS-ONE


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