- Maame Yeboah Aseidu has left Adom FM
- The seasoned presenter said she left on a good note to pursue a full time in serving God
- She said she wants to become a full-time minister of the gospel
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Popular Adom FM presenter, Maame Yeboah Aseidu, has resigned from her position at the Multimedia Group after working there for some time.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Maame said she left her job on a good name and had no issues with anyone.
According to her, it is now time for her to pursue her service to God to her fullest ability, therefore, she left in order to focus on being a full-time minister of the gospel.
Maame added that she did not want to have divided attention in serving God as a Reverend Minister, and so she chose to leave her job so as to give it her full attention.
“So, I have officially left Multimedia. I did so on a good note. I had no issue with anyone, you all know I am a minister of the gospel and so I left because of this,” Maame said while having a meal with a group of people.
Meanwhile, Maame Yeboah has for some time now speaking as a marriage counsellor.
Recently, she touched on an issue involving actress Tracey Boakye, and Mzbel, when they trended in the news over the Papa No saga.
She called the two ladies “shameless people who glorify ashawo (prostitution)”. Maame Yeboah explained formerly, people chased other people’s husbands but in secrecy.
However, Tracey and Mzbel are portraying that as a good and normal thing to do.
The two ladies were fighting over a big NDC man who was their sugar daddy. They insulted each other using unprintable words.
Kennedy Agyapong, the NPP MP for Assin Central, claimed that the NDC man in the saga was former president John Mahama.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Agyapong opened up on how Boakye blackmailed Mahama to get her three houses before fathering her daughter, Nana Akua Nhyira.
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