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peace hydePeace Hyde, Forbes Africa’s newly appointed Head of Digital Media and Partnerships/ Correspondent WA, has been featured on CNN African Voices as a leading change maker and a successful media maven.

Peace Hyde, who is also the founder of an education not for profit called Aim Higher Africa, shares her inspirational story from the classroom in the United Kingdom to being one of the most celebrated and respected women in media both at home in Ghana and beyond.

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 in the continent on the Pan African business platform CNBC Africa, Peace Hyde also makes time to consistently inspire and empower younger millennials to strive to achieve their fullest potential through mentorship programs.

Watch the full episode below


  1. Ayana

    January 22, 2018 at 2:45 pm

    Peace is so inspiring!

  2. Olu O

    January 22, 2018 at 2:49 pm

    Peace Hyde has everything a girl will wish for but does not expose her nakedness. So dear so call slay queens with bodies like sticks give us a break.

  3. Jade

    January 22, 2018 at 2:58 pm

    All this moving back home and how I adjusted is getting old. To get a decent job in Nigeria now, school in abroad, and have a foreign accent(real or fake).
    So what happens to people who schooled in Nigeria? Are they not qualified enough for the job?

    • mrs pangolo

      January 22, 2018 at 3:28 pm

      obviously, with the current state of things, a nigerian degree/education leaves much to be desired. with fake literacy and quite frankly, uneducated youngsters graduating all across the nation we have a supply problem. There are too many half baked graduands…not enough jobs. So employers have the upper hand to hand-pick the creme of the crop…so anyhow a job seeker can make themselves stand out— with fake britico, peruvian hair, 1 month certificate course from phoenix university, all na packaging

    • Amaka

      January 22, 2018 at 4:34 pm

      Allow the ignorant to wallow in their ignorance. Comprehension is a problem for many. If you package yourself to get a good job why are we Nigerians not working on ourselves to become applicants of a higher calibre. I am tired of believing ” a job seeker can make themselves stand out— with fake britico, peruvian hair, 1 month certificate course from phoenix university” so i studied harder, worked even more and landed a promotion over the heavy accented office returnee. Hard work pays.

  4. gop

    January 22, 2018 at 4:28 pm

    Inspiring interview, follow peace on instagram but didnt really know how much she did outside her high profile interviews. Keep Soaring sis.

  5. manyo

    January 22, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    hmmm…Nicely done Peace. truly inspirational.

  6. JohnD

    January 22, 2018 at 4:41 pm

    not everyone with an accent is superior just like not every Nigerian deserves decent jobs if they are not qualified for it. Stop the excuses and prove that you deserve any opportunity you apply for. Some people will always have an advantage over others depending on their economic standing and other factors and that’s just the reality of life. Kudos to Peace for her constant grind!

  7. Funke

    January 22, 2018 at 5:06 pm

    Beautiful! That first pictures is everything. Love how Peace works more than she talks herself up. And the world is noticing. Go Peace!

  8. i don't get it

    January 22, 2018 at 7:14 pm

    Please permit my ignorance on this a bit; but if someone was conceived and born abroad and has never travelled to their parents country (e.g Nigeria ); and then in their late 20’s or 30’s decides to relocate to the African country they have never been to; why do they say “move back”? how can you move back to a country you have never lived in? If your parents said they were moving back then it’s a different thing because they once lived there. However for those who were conceived, born and bred in “the abroad” and have never once visited i would not call it a move back.

  9. Ruth

    January 22, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    I love Peace she’s such an intelligent, eloquent, classy, and beautiful woman. Everything about her screams “sophisticated, inspirational yet humble and grounded.” Such a good example for our young women to emulate!

  10. Seadenza

    January 22, 2018 at 8:46 pm

    Peace I watched you on African Voices yesterday and felt so proud. I commend the work you are doing and your dedication to educating underprivileged kids. No child should have the chance of an education taken from them. Great impactful work

  11. mavis baidoo

    January 22, 2018 at 10:08 pm

    I just watched this and I’m really inspired ?✨Luv ya great inspiration to many young ladies God make u a blessing dear Peace

  12. Mahka

    January 23, 2018 at 1:52 am

    I love Peace, her ig…’Faith builders’, always so inspiring n motivating.
    Ps, why is everyone switching to the arts/ media n then…boom, they start excelling really high, I wish she stuck to the sciences. We scientists are losing our good heads to the arts…I’d love to see more science women do it as well.
    I still commend you peace. Kudos

  13. Damilola

    January 23, 2018 at 10:31 pm

    Peace hyde, you are truly an inspiration. Continue to be the change. Many say they want to make a difference but are not ready for the sacrifice.
    That’s an area that needs proper attention. Education

  14. GoPeace

    January 24, 2018 at 5:11 pm

    I love this lady because she is not defined by her body and excellent in every area – beauty and brains indeed. Many with a typical silhouette might have said oh, no I can’t be on tv and better off as a vixen etc. They can’t see past their body and think its all they have to offer to the world. I’m referencing the new age models… the IG baddies et al who excessively display themselves in half-naked shots. I understand one should be proud of their body no matter what size but I just can’t get past this notion particularly when you’ve been on this train for years. Ok you’re 21 and having fun etc it’s cool but then years down the line still the same ish… and all about ass and boobs shots like those love and hip hop chicks. As in aren’t you ever tired?? Doesn’t it get old? When do you evolve and grow past that??? Anywho, enough of my story. I’m simply saying this to say I’m impressed with Peace and her body of work to date and by not limiting herself. Love you Peace. Wish you many more successes in life.

  15. GoPeace

    January 24, 2018 at 5:16 pm

    Oh, Btw didn’t know she was Ghanaian. Always thought she was Nigerian and was going to claim her as one of ours doing great things but kudos to our neighbor – Ghana. You’ve got great talent too. Hehehe

  16. Oyin

    January 26, 2018 at 10:44 pm

    Lol! At least Peace be a bit more discreet next time you want to write several comments under your post by changing the vocabulary and line of entry. Haba

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