MzGee resigns from TV3
Award Winning Ghanaian TV Personality, Gloria Akpene Nyarku-Acquah famously knownb in Shobiz circles as MzGee, has left Media General.
As per the assertion endorsed by the Group Head, Corporate Affairs, Christopher Koney, MzGee’s exit will take place from 25th October 2021.
Reporting the news to her followers by means of her page on well known web-based media stage, Facebook, MzGee offered her thanks to the whole Media General group for giving her the opportunity to serve.
She went further to take note of the fact that her acquiescence gives her one more chance for enormous development.
MzGee started her media profession in 2005 at Eagle FM at Cape Coast Technical University. In 2008, she moved to Skyy TV and Pravda Radio.
She took part in a reality program on TV3 called Hottest Host during the period of national service. She did her temporary job by way of practical internship at TV3 prior to proceeding with her schooling at GIMPA.
She joined Multimedia in 2014 and was a specialist and later facilitated the Campus Show and Day Break on Hitz FM.
In 2018, she dispatched a TV show called Gee Spot on Joy Prime and was gone to by MzVee, KiDi, Ben Brako among others.
In November 2019, she left Multimedia and joined the Media General where she was the host of ShowBuzz and furthermore a moderator and maker on TV3 and 3FM.
Source: africaneditors.co m
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