Vim Lady tells why she left Adom FM for UTV; says it’s not about money

Vim Lady tells why she left Adom FM for UTV; says it’s not about money

- Afia Pokuaa also called Vim Lady has revealed why she left Adom FM for UTV

- She refuted the allegations that she left because of money

- Vim Lady said she left to make a way for others to climb up the ladder at Multimedia

- She worked with Adom FM for nearly 20 years before moving

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Popular Ghanaian media personality Afia Pokuaa, commonly called Vim Lady, has revealed why she left Adom FM for UTV.

According to her, she had to leave in order to pave way for others to also progress and climb up the ladder at the Multimedia Group.

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Vim Lady had been rumoured to have left Multimedia because she had been promised a huge remuneration at UTV.

However, she has denied that allegation and said she left because she needed to make way for upcoming ones.

She added that if her departure from Adom FM had to do with money, she would not have been there for almost 20 years.

If it is about money, or I am being motivated by money, I wouldn’t have been there (at Multimedia) for almost 20 years,” Vim Lady explained.

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She is now the host of MmaraNoSeSen (What does the law say?) on UTV aired at 9:05 pm on Fridays.

Meanwhile, there have been others who have left one media station to the other. reported how Berla Mundi formerly of EIB Network, and host of a show on GHOne TV, left for TV3.

We also reported how another GHOne TV broadcaster, Kemini Amanor, leaving for the US to pursue her own dreams.

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