Songstress Mzbel has added another portfolio to her glittering career as an entertainer and a showbiz personality.
She has joined Accra-based Onua FM 95.1 as a radio presenter where she will be in charge of 'Odo Nsor'.
'Odor Nsor' is a two-hour programme which discusses love, sex and relationship talk show from 10 pm on Thursdays.
The singer announced her new job portfolio by posting photos of her first day at work on Instagram.
In the photos, Mzbel who is still nursing a neck injury from a recent motorbike accident was seen sitting behind the console as she faced two people believed to her panellists.
"My First Day at work as a radio presenter on Onua 95.1FM #OdorNsor," she captioned the photos.
Immediately Mzbel posted photos of her in the studio, her fans took to Instagram to wish her well in her new role.
Mzbel's friend @queenafiaschwarzenegger led the charge saying "So so proud of you Mama"
@oduro304I "really enjoyed the programme yesterday. Nana akua u do all."
@nanaakuahopkins said "You did great Mummy��"
@someguycalledbobby congratulated MZbel on her new job "Big ups bel..keep at it. Cheers"
It is not yet known what Mzbel's radio agreement with Onua FM is like but reports suggest she signed the contract after her accident.
Onua FM is one of the stations under the stables of Media General, owners of TV3 and a host of other radio stations across the country.
Mzbel and her panellists are expected to engage listeners in a naughty and dirty but educative conversation.
This is kind of a comfort zone for Mzbel as she has had a reputation of being naughty since she burst onto the music scene in the early 2000s.
Born Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah on December 26, 1979, Mzbel's lyrics, stagecraft and costume have always been a subject of controversy since she started her music career.
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