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09 August 2017

VIDEO: Maame Yeboah Asiedu rocks the airwaves with ‘Yen Bo Nkommo’

She is back! Yes, she is back!! The woman with the silky and charming voice is back on Adom FM not to talk Telenovelas but to proffer solutions to the numerous problems facing women in the country.

The woman who is notorious for pioneering local discussions of Telenovelas is back on Ghana’s Number 1 radio station Adom FM with a programme which seeks to dive into the feminine world and fish suitable solutions to feed the hungry listeners.

‘Yen Bo Nkommo’ which airs on Tuesdays evenings between 8:30 pm and 10:00pm aims at discussing and finding solutions which would revive stale and dead relationships as well as give hope to persons who might think of giving up in life.

The female radio counselor par excellence would sit in state with a team of notable and well-educated counselors who would bring their experience to the fore as they discuss the issues which affects the basic fabric of the existence of woman.

Songs with great dictions which encourage one to always think of alternatives to life other than suicide are played on the show to give inspiration to listeners.

Her maiden edition of the show which was aired on Tuesday, 8th August, 2017 at 8:30am prompt lived to the expectation of the tens of thousands of listeners of Adom FM when a Senior Lecturer at School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Dr Emmanuel Asampong speaking on the topic: ‘Emotional Affair’ highlighted the need for would be partners to limit the control they exercise over one another.

According to the Lecturer, it is always not the best when partners over-depend on one another.

“Your partner can’t always be there for you. You don’t have control over someone to see them all the time. So never think of seeing the person all the time, it is wrong. Your partner needs time to work and the need to relate with other people too.

“The commitment level between friends and partners are different. The control over your partner is quite huge than that of being friends. When it becomes too much, one could easily get tired. If he or she is your friend, you don’t have power or control over them, if not, others might think you are not well…” the Lecturer added.

Watch the full show below and please remember not to miss the second and any of the editions of ‘Yen Bo Nkommo’ which airs on Tuesdays at 8:30pm.

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