- Nana Aba Anamoah has stated that there's no trouble going on at GHOne
- She says the two personalities who left didn't do so on a bad note
- She says if moving will help someone's career there's no reason the person shouldn't move
Award winning broadcast journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah, has dismissed rumors of trouble brewing at the Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) Network of companies after some of its popular personalities moved to other stations.
With two popular personalities jumping ship almost consecutively and moving to different stations, people have wondered exactly what's going on in one of Ghana's bigger media houses.
Initially it was AJ Sarpong who exited EIB, choosing to move to Citi FM to host their Morning Show. Then Naa Ashorkor Doku Mensah came back from her leave and almost immediately left too to join Joy FM.
Furthermore, GHOne news anchor Kemini Amanor also made her intention to leave GHOne and move to TV3 public, although when the day arrived it was announced that she would no longer move but had rather decided to stay at GHOne. According to popular reports at the time, it was said that Bola Ray, CEO of EIB, intervened and convinced Kemini to stay.
Now commenting on the issue, Nana Aba Anamoah who's an editor with GHOne, a brand under the EIB group of companies, has responded and said that everything is going just fine at GHOne.
"Actually, all is well at GHOne. There is nothing wrong here. People are at liberty to move when they feel they have to," said Nana Aba Anamoah.
According to Nana Aba, she's not the type to stop anyone from leaving her outfit if the person feels that their time has come. Nana Aba related that everyone has different ambitions, and that if going somewhere else may someone's career there's no reason why the person shouldn't go.
"Naa Ashorkor has her April Communications going on, she’s started her stage plays and I think she needs a lot of time to focus on what she really enjoys doing...I am really happy for her with April Communications."
Speaking about AJ Sarpong's move, she stated that the move would help her since - having a masters in journalism - she would get to do more journalistic work as compared to the more lifestyle/entertainment oriented work she did with GHOne.
"This is someone who has a Masters in Journalism so she is looking for an opportunity to put her journalistic skills to work and if Citi FM will give her that, I think it’s fair for her to leave." she said.
Nana went on to say that those who left didn't leave on a bad note, and that they were happy for them.
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