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Mary Akosua Addai Mununkum Joins Media General’s, Akoma FM


Award-winning broadcast journalist Mary Akosua Addai Mununkum has joined Kumasi-based Akoma FM, a subsidiary of Media General, Ghana’s leading Media Company. Akosua has over 17 years of experience working in the media industry and has occupied several capacities.

At Akoma FM, Akosua will be hosting the station’s afternoon show dubbed Akoma Mu Nsem, one of the flagship programs to dissect the most relevant and topical social issues that confront society.

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Making the announcement, Akosua expressed her excitement to be joining the media conglomerate and also her appreciation to the management of the Media General for believing in her. “It’s a great feeling to be joining the Media General Group at this time and I am going to ensure I add my weight and give my best to help move Akoma FM to the next level,” she added.

Prior to joining Akoma FM, Akosua served as Senior Broadcast Journalist with Multimedia Group Limited, Nhyira FM, as co-host and Head of Production from 2013.

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According to the Chief Operating Officer of the Media General Group, Winfred Kingsley Afful, Akosua Addai’s inclusion in the team is very critical at this moment “as we management seeks to strengthen all our programs belts”.

“’Akoma Mu Nsem’ is a show positioned to protect the interest of Ghanaians as well as addressing personal and societal issues with the aim of resolving them and getting solutions to ensure the main aim of radio lingers on-thus radio gets results.

“The weekday show from 12:40 pm to 3:00 pm will afford listeners with pressing issues the platform to vent their frustrations, gain advice and directions as we solicit for long-lasting solutions to their problems,” he added.


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Source: 3news.com|Ghana

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