EIB Network to Buy GTV
Some say with God, all things are possible but at ScrewLife.Com we say with money, almost everything is possible. Why do we say so?
Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) Network (owned by Bola Ray & Kwabena Duffuor) over the past few months has been acquiring assets all over the country – be it television and radio stations, newspaper companies etc.
Aside buying and establishing all these media houses, EIB has also poached some of the great names in our media fraternity to its side.
Recently, the company bought GhOne TV from Charterhouse Ghana Limited. On Saturday, December 5, 2015, a dinner party was organized by EIB Network at a coded location to outdoor the new GhOne TV.
After the dinner, ScrewLife.Com got in touch with Nathaniel Kwabena Anokye Adisi (Bola Ray) – C.E.O of the company – and enquired about the future of EIB Network.
Among other things, Bola told us he and his team are bent on acquiring enough properties as they can, in order to help create more jobs for the youth in the country. Exclusively, he revealed to ScrewLife.Com that their next acquisition would be the state-owned TV station, GTV.
“I think we our next target would be GTV. For quite some time now, millions of Ghanaians have had issues with the kind of programs GTV airs, not to talk about the poor picture quality. We’ve heard the state doesn’t want to employ youths so the place is filled with old men/women who have refused to go on pension,” he said.
Bola added they want to buy the station in order to rebrand and employ more youths who would provide Ghanaians with educative and entertaining programs.
When asked how much EIB Network intends buying the TV station, the ace broadcaster refused to answer. However, our inside source told us EIB Network is prepared to buy GTV at a price of $20 billion.
“We are currently in talks with the government. Very soon, GTV will be part of the EIB movement. Watch out because we might decide to buy ScrewLife.Com as well,” he concluded.