Bola Ray



Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi, popularly known as Bola Ray, is a Ghanaian radio and television personality and entrepreneur who is the CEO of media conglomerate, EIB Network Group since 2014 and also CEO of Empire Entertainment.

Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi was born on 1 March 1977 to Gladys Adisi. Adisi attended Accra Academy for his secondary school education. He then studied at the University of Ghana Business School, where he obtained a Diploma in Public Administration and he pursued a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Central University. In 2015, he graduated with an MBA in Global Business and Sustainability from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan (ALTIS) and the Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT).

He joined Top Radio after Radio Universe, where he hosted Top City Jam while still a student at the University of Ghana. He was the first African and Ghanaian to host Top of the Pops on BBC Radio. In 2003, he moved to Joy FM to become the host of the Drive Time Show for 11 years, leading it to be recognized as the most influential drive time show on radio in Ghana. He was also co-host of live musical show Music Music on TV3 during this period.  He appeared on TV3 on Saturday evenings with co-host Stacy Amoateng for this programme, which featured live performances by leading Ghanaian musical artistes with their hit songs.

He co-founded and became EIB Network Group chief exactive officer with the purchase of GHOne Television and some Ghanaian radio stations. He was the first host of the celebrity interview programme Starr Chat on Starr FM, an EIB Network Group owned radio station. On this programme, he has hosted Ghanaian political figures, businessmen, clergy, foreign ambassadors to Ghana, and academics. He went on to become the presenter of Revealed With Bola Ray, a TV programme that focuses on luxury and lifestyle and which airs on GHOne Television.