Henry BONSU, a leading British African broadcaster, has worked on some of the most influential UK current affairs shows, including BBC Radio 4’s Today, and has written for leading newspapers like the The Times, The Guardian, Mail on Sunday and the Daily Express. Mr Bonsu has presented discussion programmes on Vox Africa, BET International and Press TV and has been a commentator on BBC News, Sky News, Al Jazeera and Arise News. He specializes in international relations, business, health and education. Mr Bonsu began his career in the early 1990s writing for black-interest newspapers, including The Voice, the Caribbean Times and Pride Magazine. In 2006, he helped launch Colourful, a digital radio station targeting Europe’s African and Caribbean communities. Mr Bonsu now works as an international development moderator for the United Nations and major private sector organizations.