Television personality Gifty Anti has launched her first book ‘A Bit of Me’ and sold 420 out of the first 500 copies printed. The book was launched at the Trinity […]
Television personality Gifty Anti has launched her first book ‘A Bit of Me’ and sold 420 out of the first 500 copies printed.
The book was launched at the Trinity Baptist Church in Accra on Saturday during the ‘Women called to worship’ event.
The host of the talk show, The StandPoint, and a former news anchor is an inspiration to many women in Ghana and will use the book to among others, tell the untold stories of her.
Founder of the Fountain Gate Chapel, Rev. Eastwood Anaba who was the guest speaker at the event bought the first copy of the book for ¢5,000.
Gifty Anti used the occasion to urge women to defy the challenges of life to achieve their dreams.
“Most of the time people see some of us in the public space and think that it is easy but this book breaks me down to them to let them know that I have travelled this journey, still travelling it, I’ve made mistakes, failed, I have regrets, I’ve had great times and the lessons I’ve learnt from it.
“So that people will know that they are not alone. The squares in front of the book shows my brokenness but behind that is a beautiful picture. So this book goes to tell people that it doesn’t matter what you go through, you just have to know that you are worthy…it is just a phase but if you can look beyond the brokenness you can move on,” she added.