- Angel FM has signed a new sports presenter
- The new presenter is a 10-year-old boy known Dominic Fobih
- The child prodigy came into the limelight a few months ago after a video of him went viral
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Dominic Fobih, a 10-year-old boy with extreme insight into sports presentation and analysis on radio, has been signed by Angel FM.
Fobih's signing was announced by the station's Director of Operations, Captain Smart, when he made an appearance on their evening sports show on Friday, July 17, 2020.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Fobih who was reportedly named after former Assin South MP and Minister of Education, professor Dominic Fobih, was seen in the studios of Angel FM with others.
Fobih was heard analysing some foreign stories with the show host Saddick Adams, popularly known as Sports Obama.
After his impressive submissions, Captain Smart was heard saying that the CEO of Angel Broadcasting Network, Samuel Kofi Acheampong, has approved that they sign the boy.
Also known as Young O5, little Fobih became very popular after a video of him serving his listeners the best of sports news on Assin Fosu-based Splash FM.
Fobih, coached by Nana Kweku Pascal and Mysterious O5, became an internet sensation after that video went viral on social media.
His signing by Angel FM sums a very good year for the young prodigy and sets him up for greatness in the near future.
Fobih will be joining an already star-studded list of radio presenters and personalities at the station.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Angel FM was recently relaunched in Accra with an array of star presenters unveiled.
Already, Ohemaa Woyeje, Kwadwo Dickson, and Sports Obama had been poached by the station.
The star-studded relaunch saw performances from Obaapa Christy, Patience Nyarko, Brother Sammy, and others.
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