Reverend Dr Chris Tsui Hesse photographed some of Ghana's most memorable occasions. He was there when the bombs were thrown and the shots fired at Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first President.
Dr Hesse, now 84 years, was with Nkrumah when the 24 February 1966 coup happened.
He was the guest on Personality Profile on PM:Express on the Joy News channel on Multi TV, Friday.
Watch video of the insightful accounts of his life as photographer for Ghana's first President and the events leading to the 1966 coup.
The show was hosted by Malik Abass Daabu.
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