TV Buzz: Yvonne Okoro to host new TV show, ‘Dining With Yvonne’

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dining with Yvonne OkoroActress Yvonne Okoro just got back from London filming and producing her first venture into the realms of TV hosting.!!! A new cooking talk show called “DINING WITH Yvonne Okoro”. IFACTORY live CCO Michael Djaba said “We are working with Yvonne and her sisters on one of our reality shows called FIRST LADIES, so it was a natural fit when her company, DESAMOUR came to us to produce “DINING WITH.” Yvonne is the consummate professional and will show a different side to her personality and what her company with the support of electronic brand PHILIPS GHANA can do in  the TV talk show realm.”

“DINING WITH Yvonne” is a fine mix of a cooking and talk show format mixed into one with the indelible Yvonne Okoro as the host. In each episode guests cook with her and afterwards talk about a topic dear to their hearts. Viewers never know where she’ll be in each episode and who she’ll be interviewing with people from across the globe.

“DININGWITH”will air in 2014 across channels in Africa and Europe. DESAMOUR Company Ltd founded by Yvonne and Roseline Okoro are the!producers of “DINING WITH” and the award winning movie, CONTRACT starring Hlomla Dandala,Yvonne Okoro and Joseph Benjamin. IFACTORY live are the producers of OMOTOLA “THE REAL ME”, JIM IYKE “UNSCRIPTED”, @ HOME WITH MICHELLE ATTOH AND JOSELYN DUMAS, COOKING WITH, PAMPER YOUR MUM, distributors of “LEKKI!WIVES”,”SAMANTHA BRIDAL” and a plethora of other programming reflecting the BEST OF AFRICA.

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  1. nate

    November 3, 2013 at 4:53 am

    Chale! I have a serious question. is IFactory a major player within London. I see Bonsu doing her thing in UK. I see Okoro doing her thing as well. it seems to me that if your going to program a proper show. it might as well have a global appeal. I can dig it. because this media business is big business and I see that their will be some who will see the bigger picture and some who would settle for less or their time has not come. but I have to say, this Okoro woman means business with her brand name. Chale! tell her I said to continue to fill up her bread truck with M&M’S. that’s media money for those who can’t keep up..

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