Natalie Fort: Former TV3 news anchor joins GhOne television

Natalie Fort: Former TV3 news anchor joins GhOne television

- Natalie Fort, a news presenter who was formerly with TV3, has joined GhOne TV

- She clearly is excited to join the EIB network team after resigning from TV3 on April 5

- This seems to be one of the many career decisions people make

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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that former news anchor at Media General's TV3, Natalie Fort, has joined the Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB) network's subsidiary, GhOne television.

This move seems to be one of the major career decisions anyone can take.

In an introductory video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Francis Abban's page, she mentioned that life is meant to be lived fully.

She added that some birds are not supposed to be caged, because their feathers shine too bright to settle when they can actually be the best they can in life.

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Nathalie Fort joins EIB's GhOne TV after resigning from TV3
Nathalie Fort
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Natalie mentioned there is time for everything and when the time is right, passion and purpose collide for a legacy to be formed.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that TV3 news presenter, Natalie Fort, had resigned from the media firm effective April 5, 2021.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Fort’s official Facebook page, she expressed her gratitude to her former employers for the years she spent there.

Describing it as an “incredible 4 years with the firm”, Fort said TV3 gave her the opportunity to kick-start her media journey with them.

To her, the opportunities granted her are transformative, while she has learned a lot from her experienced team.

In other news, Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, says pictures of the president and the minister in charge of education must be hanged in the offices of all headmasters in the country.

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Speaking on ‘The First’ show monitored by YEN.com.gh on 3FM, Dr. Adutwum said that will boost civic education.

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