The power and pride of being Black lie in the resilience of that mind of a Black man to be a dignified in excellence. A Black man will say “until my best is better.” That is the worth of a true man! Doffing caps and gracing on limelight the acumen of good success Black men have notably donned themselves with in their respective endeavors, Duke International Magazine in this edition of Duke of the Month celebrates two lustrous men that have over the years being adulated figures in their fields.
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu: The Host with the Most
Ebuka is a Nigerian media personality with years of experience pitching information and education at the semblance of entertainment. Ebuka, the host with the most when it comes to intuitive discussions surrounding lifestyle, an exquisite stepper at fashion showbiz, and one of the influential young Africans in the world.
He is popular for being the host of the biggest reality tv show in Africa, Big Brother Naija.
Asamoah Gyan: The Ghanaian Strike Force
Over the last decade, the Black Stars of Ghana has been a reckoned force when it comes to African football and the global stage. Feats achieved by Ghana in football over the years won’t be complete without the mention of their talisman, Asamoah Gyan. Athletic, fast-paced, skillful, decisive, and eagle-eyed. These are few attributes to describe the man who has found the back of the net for his country and clubs over the years.
It could be recalled about the electrifying shock the Black Stars of Ghana gave the world at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa with lots of credit to the performance of Asamoah Gyan.