Charles Wundengba to host Aseda Fm Morning Show after Aseda FM Introduces Tech Segment, The popular Tech YouTuber, and Anchor of Tech reviewer Charles Wundengba will be the host for the segment on the Aseda FM Morning Show dedicated to Tech news beginning in June 2022.
When he starts his part on Aseda FM later this week, the Twi Tech host on Youtube will recreate the same show.
Charles Wundengba has a YouTube channel called Twi Tech, where he began filming his tech product reviews in January 2021. The evaluations are written in the Twi dialect of the area. According to the YouTuber, re-creating this program on Aseda FM Morning Show will supply tech enthusiasts with up-to-date content from the world of technology.
“We need to pay attention to the challenges that are happening in the tech sector,” the YouTuber told Kwame Motion.
Aseda FM92.3 broadcasts from Obuasi in Ghana’s Ashanti region.
Interested in learning more about Charles Wundengba?
Entrepreneurship blogging is a niche that many bloggers dislike, yet it is a passion for Charles Wundengba. Charles is a digital marketer, a blogger, and a teacher.
Charles writes on entrepreneurship on his site, but he also has blogs about health, agriculture, and general news. He was nominated for the Ghana 40under40 awards in 2018, and Avance Media recognized him among the Top 50 Bloggers in Ghana in 2018, 2020, and 2021.
He also uses YouTube to promote digital education in Ghana, utilizing the indigenous Twi language. Charles was named one of Northern Ghana’s 100 Most Influential Personalities in July 2020.
Charles Wundengba is the founder and CEO of Wundef Media, which runs a number of websites and offers public relations services to businesses.
Wundef Media’s blogs include Wundef.com, Northernghana.net, Healthinfogh.com, Sindefeated.com, Agriceducation.com, and Obuasitoday.com.
In August of 2020, Charles Wundengba was featured in Kwik Advertizer Magazine.
In 2017, he founded Wundef.com, a website dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship and sharing the stories of young entrepreneurs.
Early Years of Wundengba, Charles.
Charles Wundengba was born in Bunn, a neighborhood of Tongo in Ghana’s Upper East region’s Talensi District. Charles accompanied his father in Obuasi when he was four years old since his father worked there. A few months later, his father lost his job.
Schools attend by Charles, Wundengba
Charles began his education in 1992 at the Obuasi Presby Primary School, where he completed his junior high school education in 2001. He continued his education at TweneboahKodua Senior High School in Kumawu, where he studied Science.
He subsequently continued his education at Kumasi’s Wesley College of Education, where he was trained as a teacher. After graduating from the University of Education in Winneba in 2012, he became a graduate teacher.
Charles holds a Master of Arts in Strategic Communication from Winneba University of Education and is currently doing his MPhil in Strategic Communication at the same institution.
Here’s what you need to know about Charles Starting a Blogging Career
Charles met a group of young men in 2015 while visiting one mining community in the Ashanti region as part of a World Bank study on the impact of mining on mining communities. They refused to talk about their issues with the Mining Company in their community because they believed it would go nowhere.
They said that many people had come to hear their stories, but nothing positive came of it. They were fed up and thought they had no choice but to deal with the issue. Right then and there, Charles took the decision to enhance the weak’s voices.
“When young people believe no one cares about them, they take matters into their own hands, and the result could have far-reaching consequences,” he explained.
Later that year, he launched Obuasitoday.com, a website dedicated to Obuasi news and amplifying the voices of those who live there. Obuasitoday.com has established itself as the most trusted online news source for all things Obuasi. Prior to launching Obuasitoday.com, Charles Wundengba launched Northerngh.com (now Northernghana.net) in March of the same year to promote and educate people about the Northern regions’ history and culture.
“There were a lot of stereotypes about individuals from Northern Ghana. Because of the news they constantly hear and see in the media, some people believe the north is always dangerous. He explained, “I wanted to rewrite that narrative.”
In 2016, Charles saw that upgrades to his websites were not proceeding as planned because he had to call his web developers and file a complaint every time they needed to be updated. As a result, he decided to pursue a career in website building.
He had established a Christian website called Sindefeated.com by June 2016, After a few months of watching YouTube lessons on website construction and receiving help from a buddy, he had created Sindefeated.com, a Christian website.
The major goal of Sindefeated.com is to promote Christian events, doctrines, and news.
Sindefeated Radio, an online radio station, was introduced to the Christian website two months later.
The radio station was added to TuneIn in August 2017 and was nominated for the Shine Awards Ghana 2017 for Best Christian Online Radio.
Charles hosted Praizfest, a Christian event, through Sindefeated.com in Obuasi in 2017 and 2018, and then in Bolgatanga in 2019 in collaboration with Minister Edwina in Bolgatanga.
Wundengba.com was founded by Charles in early 2017 with the goal of inspiring young people to pursue entrepreneurship.
Charles Wundengba realized a lot of young people were changing the world in their own small ways but no one knew about them or the impact they were making after attending the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) in Lagos, Nigeria (2017), where he met over 100 other young entrepreneurs and leaders from other West African countries.
He then made the decision to publicize the efforts of people who are making a difference in their own tiny way.
In the same year, Wundengba.com was renamed Wundef.com.
Wundef.com publishes articles on leadership, motivation, and finance, as well as profiles of entrepreneurs and inspirational personalities.
Charles Wundengba has interviewed and highlighted around 100 young African entrepreneurs.
Other writers from various African countries contributed to his profiles.
He organized the first Young Entrepreneurs Conference in Obuasi in November 2018.
In the same month, he launched Healthinfogh.com, a health-related website.
Charles Wundengba has been volunteering as the Digital Team Leader for 350 Ghana Reducing Our Carbon (350 GROC) since 2015.
Career of Wundengba, Charles
By profession, Charles is a teacher.
He has been a member of the Aseda FM Morning Show Team since August 2020, in addition to blogging.
In January 2022, Charles Wundengba is married to Elizabeth Serwaah Wundengba.
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