- GHOne TV has announced a new host for The Late Afternoon Show
- The new host is medical practitioner, Dr Caryn Agyeman Prempeh
- Dr Prempeh is to replace Berla Mundi who has resigned from the station
GHOne TV has announced a replacement for Berla Mundi as the show host of its Late Afternoon Show. The new host is Dr Caryn Agyeman Prempeh.
Berla Mundi, on Thursday, August 15, 2019, announced that she was leaving EIB network to join Media General, owners of TV3.
In a quick move, GHOne TV has found a replacement for the popular show and announced on social media.
"Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh is a medical practitioner with major interest in Global Public Health.
She an old student of St Roses Secondary School, Akwatia, further studied at Headington Girls School, Oxford, (United Kingdom), University College Of London – Biomedical Science, School Of Medical Science (KNUST) – Medicine, Queen Mary University of London – Masters in Global Public Health.
Dr Prempeh is the founder of a non-profit organization called CERVIVA focused on creating awareness and educating women on Cervical Cancer. She also continues to practice medicine with experience working at 37 Military Hospital – Accra, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital- Kumasi, and Abenkyiman Hospital – Kumasi. She is currently at Claron Health International – Accra as the Resident Medical Officer.
Away from all this, she also has Inhealth Medical Solution that focuses on Healthcare Customer Service Training, Medical Supplies, Medical Tourism, Health and Preventative Medicine Education.
Today she is a medical doctor , with interest in Global Public Health focusing in Preventive Medicine and Female reproductive Cancers , especially cervical cancer in Ghana," the post read.
While Dr Prempeh may not be very popular like Berla, she is known to be a friend of GHOne TV news editor and presenter, Nana Aba Anamoah.
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