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JOY FM Super Morning Show to get new host?

According to a report by enewsgh.com,  JOY FM’s Super Morning Show may from Monday get a new host: Bits of information available to us suggest current host, Bernard Nasara Saibu, would be exiting the show, making way for a new one. enewsgh.com has been told that one Kojo Yankson of ATL FM in Cape Coast, […]

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Likely host, YanksonAccording to a report by enewsgh.com,  JOY FM’s Super Morning Show may from Monday get a new host:

Bits of information available to us suggest current host, Bernard Nasara Saibu, would be exiting the show, making way for a new one. enewsgh.com has been told that one Kojo Yankson of ATL FM in Cape Coast, will occupy Saibu’s seat beginning Monday. Station sources have so far declined to speak on this. Saibu’s exit may have been communicated in the most weirdest way; it was nicely couched in an April 1 prank, where Nii Ayi Tagoe and Anny Osabutey were announced as new hosts. As it is turning out, it was to preempt Yankson’s entry.

Yankson, the current host of ATL FM’s Morning Show, ATLANTIC WAVE, walks into a program that has had several calls for change in direction, including a ‘suitable’ face and name in host. Mr. Saibu, who has struggled to fit into Kojo Oppong Nkrumah’s shoes since the latter’s departure few months ago, may be reassigned or asked to play sparring to Yankson, we hear. Over the past two decades, the SMS has had a number of presenters including the late Komla Dumor, who managed to raise its standard to an appreciable level. Many however believe the show has since lost its mojo, playing second fiddle to CITI FM’s. It remains to be seen if Yankson can work out the kind of magic the station’s loyal listeners are looking forward to.

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