JOY FM’s ‘Super Morning Show’ host, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has exited the Kokomlemle-based station, enewsgh reports . Mr. Nkrumah hosted his last show today Friday January 3, bidding farewell to a family he’s been working with for a little over half a decade.
His move wouldn’t come as a surprise to the top bosses at the station. He told one follower on Twitter: “We need to build capacity so we can do more.”
Messrs Francis Abban and regular sit-in host Benard Nasara Saibu will take over, as they seek to create a 6am to 10am brand of their own.
Born on April 5, 1982, to Mr Kwame Oppong Nkrumah, the Head of Treasury of the National Investment Bank, and Mrs Felicia Oppong Nkrumah, a Teacher, he hails from Abora Aboase near Saltpond in the Central Region.
He had his secondary education at the Pope John Secondary in Koforidua and studied for his first degree at the University of Cape Coast.
Francis Abban, Left, and Benard Saibu, Right, Take over
He subsequently enrolled for a Master’s programme in Marketing at the University of Ghana.
He joined JOY FM in 2007 as an intern after being spotted by Multimedia Broadcasting CEO, Mr Kwesi Twum, while making a presentation at the University of Cape Coast.
From very humble beginnings, he built his way up a successful career at the Kokomlemle-based station.
Culled from Enewsgh