As Erica Jong said, Everyone has talent. What’s rare is the courage to follow it to the dark places where it leads.
Many people are blessed with talents but they are mostly forced by their parents or the environment to put away with it in a typical African society.
http://Hypeghnewsroom.com has come across a female primary school commentator, who does not look down upon herself in the presence of her teachers, guests, mates and the entire community whenever there is a sporting activity going on in her school or community.
She is loved by many people because of her way of running a twi commentary.
Her name is Mary Nkrumah, who is a JHS 3 pupil of the Debibi Presbyterian junior high school in the Tain district of the Bono region.
In our interview with Mary, she mentioned that, her passion for football commentary running started when she was 6years old. Her father is a lover of football so anytime the father is listening to a commentary, she will be mimicking what ever the commentator says.
She also said that, her passion pushes her to study more to become the first Ghanaian female to run a football match commentary for one of the renowned sports stations in the world like BT sports, SuperSports and Fox sports.
Mary is also a footballer and she can play 6 positions including goalkeeping.
You can contact +233 54 087 7417 for more details about her