A Ghanaian Journalist who goes by the name Emmanuel kwesi Debra has invented a gardget called the Paper Prompter.
Emmanuel Kwesi Debra also known as El Tov was born at Suame Kumasi. He had his secondary education at Adu Gyamfi Senior High School, Jamasi, his mother’s hometown. In 2005, Tov furthered to do Biological Sciences at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
He named himself “Tov” a Hebrew word meaning “good” and later added the last two letters of his first name, “El”
Emmanuel had a brief stint as a medical Laboratory Scientist, after School before finding a job as News reader at local radio station, Moonlite 104.5 FM.
A year at the station saw him join Sky 96.7 FM also at Sunyani; later, Multimedia Group Limited.
In June 2018, Tov was selected among other African journalists to attend a high level meeting on cassava viral disease in Cotonue, Benin. He was adjudged the best science reporter at the 2019 Ashanti GJA awards and a finalist at the West Africa Media Excellence Awards.
The Journalist / Musician always had a problem with cameramen slowing down his work as he doesn’t meet his expected time due to their interference. The Journalist used the Knowledge acquired at KNUST together with his acquired journalism experience to create a gardget which allows you to conduct interviews without cameramen. The gardget is made with A hollow shaft fitted with a cylindrical bar with holes aligning the edges of the bar. A piece of paper is held to the bar by the clips and makes it possible to regulate the camera.
Emmanuel has been composing music since age 5, but decided to do Country Music since he says suits his Baritone voice. He is an amazing Musician and a Journalist. Now he is an Inventor! Ghana is proud.