Kwesi Omega is the host of Radio XYZ’s Youth Program “THE HOTSPOT”

Norshie Israel known is showbiz circles as Kwesi Omega is the new host Radio XYZ 93.1 Mhz Youth themed radio show “The Hotspot”.

The show which will be aired every Saturday 7am to 10am will focus mainly on Youth entertainment and issues bothering the Youth of Ghana.

Norshie Israel, aka, Kwesi Omega, was born, on the 7th of July, in Aflao, a town in the Volta region of Ghana. He started off at the Aflaoga RC primary school, then to the St Peter’s School Complex, when his family moved to Somanya, in the year 2000. After his B.E.C.E., he was admitted to the Yilo Krobo Secondary Commercial School, where he read business accounting, and completed in 2009.

In the year 2010, he became a studio boy at Cave Records, located in Mamprobi, Accra. It was during that period that after listening to seasoned musicians and watching the art of making music that he fell in love with music.

He was admitted to the University of Professional Studies, Accra, formerly known as the Institute of Professional Studies, in 2011.

By degrees, he became more popular on campus and his catchphrase, “banku n’a wudi’ caught on like a wildfire. His skills as an MC were incredible and before long, he was hosting shows both on and off campus.

Kwesi Omega is with no doubt one of the upcoming young ones to look out for as he is talent packed and versatile, do join him and his team every Saturday from 7:00 am on radio XYZ 93.1 MHz on the hotspot as we digest interesting topics and project your favorite celebrities in a way you have never seen or heard.


JKD QUITS Campus Base TV, joins Radio and TV XYZ

After hosting campus Base TV for 4 years, Jay Kojo Daasebre (popularly known in showbiz circles as JKD has quit), ENEWSGH can confirm.

The lively presenter, since his days as a student of the University of Ghana, has been serving the Ghanaian populace, especially tertiary students, with TV content dedicated to all facet of campus life on his TV show called Campus Base TV.

He is currently the host of E Xtra, an entertainment magazine show which airs on Saturdays between 2pm and pm on Accra’s newest addition 93.1 Mhz..

He has interviewed several celebrities since bursting onto the media scenes.

Born to Ghanaian parents on July 22, 1991, in the Republic of La Cote D’Ivoire, Jay Kojo Daasebre started his education at an English school in La Cote D’Ivoire called Morning Glory International School. But he  later had to relocate to Ghana with his parents due to the political violence in La Cote D’Ivoire at the time.

Upon arrival in Ghana, JKD continued his education at the St. Theresa’s Primary School, where he completed his primary school education. He later went to Akosombo International School (AIS) and Ofori Panin Senior High School were where he had his Junior High School and Senior High School education respectively. In 2014, he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in French and Linguistics from the University of Ghana.