Credible information gathered by www.233times.com reveals that, the eloquent stammerer, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the known voice on Joy FM that begins the day of listeners with updates is no longer with the Multimedia Group of Companies.
Kojo hosted his last show yesterday January 3. Many listeners had suspected his leave already especially when Messrs Francis Abban and Benard Nasara Saibu sat in for him on several occasions even when he was in the studio; all he was doing was monitoring and directing them.
The 6-10am Super Morning Show would have a new trend and style from Monday January 6.
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 SecondaryEducation at the Pope John Secondary in Koforidua and studied for his first degree at the University of Cape Coast.
He had his Master’s 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.
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