- Kemini Amanor has revealed her next move after quitting GHOne TV
- The former news presenter said she is joining Boston University in America to further her education
- Amanor said she is pursuing a graduate programme at their college of communication
- She further rejected rumours that she was joining another media outfit like Berla Mundi did
Kemini Amanor has disclosed her next move after exiting GHOne TV recently.
In a new post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Amanor said she left the TV station to purse higher education.
She said she is joining Boston University in America for a graduate course at their college of Communications.
Kemini also touched on widely circulated speculations that she left GHOne TV because of unpaid salaries, disloyalty of the station, and many others.
According to her, none of those speculations were her reason to move, and that it was just for her to further her education.
The newscaster also informed her fans that she would be active on social media.
Her next move has intrigued some of her fans and they have wished her well.
Kofi, for instance, said Amanor should do what she thinks is best for her, not what people say:
paakofiiyke: "Good one keep doing what you think is best."
Paa also prayed that God will be with Kemini:
paaluttu: "Best of luck. God be with u."
Nili also said she would miss Kemini on TV:
nilimoanthon: "I miss u on TV wish u all the best may your dreams come true."
Nii also took Kemini's post to mean she was joining BBC:
niinii4real: "BBC ."
Amanor had made headlines with her resignation from GHOne TV after working there for four years.
The news about her resignation came just a few weeks after Berla Mundi had left GHOne for TV3.
The news went viral especially, after Bola Ray had confessed earlier that things were hard at GHOne and so he could not pay salaries for 7months.
People then concluded that the hard times at GHOne TV and the entire EIB Network was driving its staff away.
But Kemini has debunked that claim on her part with the announcement of her next move.
So far Giovanni Caleb, Berla Mundi, others, have all settled at TV3 after leaving EIB.
Jon Germain, who is currently with EIB said it would be ungrateful for him to leave too like the others are doing.
He said he is committed to the Network even if things get hard.
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