A New Morning Radio with a feminine voice dubbed “Ghana Te Sen” with Nana Yaa Boamponsem Ameyaw on Top 103.1 FM starting Monday September 5th 2016 from 5:30am – 10:00am.
Accra’s first female morning show host and celebrated female radio personality, Nana Yaa Boamponsem Ameyaw (popularly known in the media circles as “Fire Woman”) will on Monday, 5th September kick off on Accra based Top 103.1 FM with “Ghana Te Sen”, the station’s morning show.
Known in the media circles as “Fire Woman” she is said to bring an unprecedented vigour and a whole lot of experience into the morning show of the Accra based radio station thereby making it one of the preferred station in the capital.
She started radio work at Gift FM at Dormaa Ahenkro in the Brong Ahafo Region. Due to her exploits she demonstrated in the industry, Nana Yaa Boamponsem was poached to Multimedia Group’s Adom FM in 2004 as a news anchor.
In October 2012, she left Multimedia Group and came back to her home region with the experience she has gathered to help develop the radio industry in the region and therefore joined Sunyani based Ark FM.
Few months later, Nana Yaa was poached back to the capital to Multimedia Group’s Adom FM, her former station as a news anchor.
Nana Yaa Boamponsem was again poached from Multimedia Group by former Accra based Agoo FM (now Starr FM) to host the station’s morning show. She later joined EIB Network after the Accra based station was acquired was therefore moved to Nkawkaw in the Eastern Region. Nana Yaa was assigned to host the morning show on the Nkawkaw based radio station.
Nana Yaa Boamponsem moved to the Accra based Kasapa FM, a subsidiary of EIB Network months ago after being granted a transfer request from Agoo FM. Ever since she joined; she has hosted most of the main shows on the station as well as the news.
The maiden edition of the morning show is on Monday September 5 with an exclusive live interview with Ohene yere Gifty Anti, a seasoned journalist, women activist host of Standpoint on GTV and C.E.O of GDA Concepts Ltd and Founder of Girl in need Foundation.