Sports Journalist Juliet Bawuah is joining the sports department of TV3 on July 1,enewsgh.com can reveal. Station sources tell us she has since picked up her offer letter, paving the way for her to join Michael Oti Adjei and Joel Acheampong.
She is returning to a grounds, familiar in many ways, having done her internship there few years ago, covering the 2008 African Cup of Nations in the process.
Gradually becoming a household name, and taking after the likes of Eva Okyere and Zelda Adjei Darko (formerly Zelda Kporku), Bawuah’s arrival at TV3 sums up a perfect story of how well she’s done over the past few years.
In what has become a meritorious rise to the top of a career that hasn’t accommodated too many females over the years, Bawuah had successful stints at CITI FM, ETV, and Metro TV, going on to become a known on-air voice and face.
She’s been everywhere and back in the last few years, interviewing and meeting some of the world’s leading names in football from Didier Drogba, Abedi Pele, and Asamaoh Gyan to World Cup-winning coach Vicente Del Bosque.
Bawuah is a diploma in Communication Studies holder from the African University College of Communication (AUCC) and currently pursuing Public Relations at the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
She also writes for the internationally revered football website Goal.com.