From cowboy to top radio and TV presenter; Umaru Sanda shares powerful throwback story

From cowboy to top radio and TV presenter; Umaru Sanda shares powerful throwback story

- Citi radio and TV journalist, Umaru Sanda, has shared a powerful throwback photo on social media

- The revered media personality shared along the inspiring photo, a message highlighting his humble beginnings in life

- Sanda reveals that he once worked as a cowboy and is now an acclaimed media star

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Ghanaian broadcast journalist with Citi radio and TV, Umaru Sanda, has shared inspiring throwback visuals highlighting his humble beginnings in a post on social media

Coming from an economically disadvantaged family, Sanda had a difficult childhood. He struggled for the most part of his education.

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Ghanaian journalist, Umaru Sanda shares powerful grass to grace story along with heartwarming visuals. Photo credit: Umaru Sander/Facebook
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However, in spite of his early childhood financial limitations, he has managed to become one of Ghana’s thriving and reputable journalists.

In a post on social media, the host of Face 2 Face, a flagship programme on Citi TV, gave his followers a glimpse of his early start in life. Sanda reveals along a goose-bump raising snap that he used to be a cowboy.

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He captioned his post:

My all time best #ThrowbackThursday from when I had a different profession...#CowboyDiaries.’’

Sanda shared a video alongside another post on social media.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ben Dotsei Malor, a former presidential staffer in the John Mahama regime, has paid a visit to Sister Yaavi, a woman who provided assistance to him while he was a student at the University of Ghana.

In a post on social media, Molor revealed that Sister Yaavi and her younger sister Ameyo, often gave him some free food, without him asking.

At the time on Legon campus, Malor was without food on many occasions, simply because there was little or no money. ''I even started to convince myself that I studied best on an empty stomach,'' he said. However, Malor reveals that Sister Yaavi and her sister came to his rescue during his time of great financial difficulty.

In another story, Obaa Rose is a budding female gospel singer with a physical disability who is making great strides despite her physical state.

The resilient Ghanaian woman has managed to release singles, including Aseda, Depend on God, and a few others that are already touching lives.

Her journey as a promising career gospel singer has not been free of major roadblocks. According to Crime Check TV, Rose has faced unacceptable sexual advances from the men she approached for help to produce her songs.

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