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Leti Games CEO Interviewed on BBC Newsday

Leti Games CEO Interviewed on BBC Newsday

BBC World Service: NewsdayIt has been an interesting few weeks, with a torrent of media and press events for Leti Games. The latest in the line of such media appearances, is the Leti Games, CEO, Eyram Tawia appearing on one of BBC’s biggest programmes, Newsday.

Here is a snippet about Newsday from Wikipedia

Newsday is BBC World Service’s international early morning news and current affairs programme which premiered on the 23 July 2012. The programme is co-anchored by Lawrence Pollard in London and Lerato Mbele in Johannesburg. Replacing The World Today and Network Africa, the programme will have a particular focus on Africa. It is expected that the programme will have one of the largest, if not the largest, audience of any radio programme in the world.


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Here is a quote from the interview:

Our CEO has now rubbed shoulders with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Malawian President Joyce Banda, Donald Kaberuka and Julius Malema, who have all been previously interviewed on Newsday.

We are proud to have been on Newsday.

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