Belgian born Ghanaian presenter, Vanessa Danso, will on Monday premiere on TV3, Ghana’s first animated series on the country’s history.
Dubbed ‘Heresy’, the animated series is inspired by the struggles of African greats and is geared towards educating Ghanaians all over the globe on the history of their motherland. It is laced with history, education and general knowledge.
The decision to bring the show on mainstream media follows its huge success since it was launched on Youtube.
The show will engage the intellect of viewers, educate and inform a teaming millennial with interest in Ghana’s history.
It offers education on a wide range of topics including; the mystery behind the Akan Day names, the heroics of Yaa Asantewaa, Transatlantic Slave Trade in Africa, traditional wedding, scramble for Africa, Adinkra Symbols and more.
“The purpose of the show is to educate the people about their rich heritage; the culture, customs, traditions and history in a very refreshing and innovative way through the means of animation and motion graphics,” Vanessa Danso explained.
As a medical professional, Vanessa comes into the industry with years of rich experience in presenting, MCing, production.
Heresy will air every Monday at 10:45am on TV3.
By Novieku-Babatunde Adeola