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Jessica Saforo Hosts Beta Malt’s “On The Go” TV Show
 
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06-Oct-2016  
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One of my favourite television shows that I like to sit down and watch  at end of a long Thursday evening is “Good evening Ghana”. However a decision to switch from the routine political stuff which I mostly frequent saw me land at an entirely different territory.  The 15 minutes show hosted by Jessica Saforo, is a perfect relief from the ever raging political talk shows am mostly used to.

Beta Malt’s “On the Go” TV shows has become the perfect replacement for my sense of relaxation and an eye-catching show on TV. The show features 15 minutes episode fun- packed, fascinating TV content which is purely interactive.

 Show host, Jessica is out at different locations arbitrarily engaging the ordinary and celebrity Ghanaians on their work with fun and excitement which climaxes to an offer of nourishment “on the go”

 For once, I thought I had found an escape route from anything politics, but this thought was short lived when on the show someone was asked to sing his favourite song. The response from the man was mind boggling. Until then, I never knew “JM Toaso” had found it way on the billboard music chats.

Not only do I find the show attention-grabbing, the quality of the production coupled with its appealing content leaves me with no option than to justify my unending love for a show that gets me relaxed.

 Catch the fun on Beta Malt’s “On the Go” television show which airs on Saturdays at 10am on TV3, 4syte TV and 8:30pm on GH1 TV and on VIASAT 1 TV on Mondays at 9:00am.
 
 
 
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