Multiple award winning Ghanaian TV host, Peace Hyde was spotted in Nigeria at the launch of handcrafted British gin, Monkey 47.
Peace Hyde, who is the founder of education not for profit, Aim Higher Africa which, has created over 500 grassroots businesses all over Africa.
In addition to hosting the hit flagship Forbes Africa TV shows, My Worst Day and Against The Odds with Peace Hyde, which interviews some of the most powerful men and women on the continent on the Pan African business platform CNBC Africa, Hyde also makes time to consistently inspire and empower younger millennials to strive to achieve their fullest potential through mentorship programs.
The Forbes Africa’s Head of Digital Media and Partnerships/Correspondent West Africa who has been in Nigeria for some time now was one of the top African celebrities who attended the launch.
The handcrafted gin that fuses British traditions, the exoticism of India and the purity and originality of the Black Forest was launched to a very exclusive crowd at Alara multi-concept store.
Kresan Naidu, Monkey 47 Brand Ambassador welcomed guests to an immersive brand experience as he shared the journey of Monkey 47, a gin distilled from 47 predominantly unusual but regional botanicals such as lingonberries and blended with natural spring water. Monkey 47 is loved by Aficionados, bartenders, and connoisseurs around the world, and now in Nigeria, who have come to appreciate the incredible complexity and harmony of Monkey 47.
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