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Caroline Sampson Joins Asaase Radio After Being Fired From YFM.

Caroline Sampson joins Accra based radio station Asaase Fm.

The media personality is now the host of the late morning to early afternoon show, Brunch Show daily which is from 10:00am to 10:00pm.

CEO of Asaase Radio, Nana Opoku Agyemang said:

“We are thrilled to have Caroline join us. She comes to Asaase with a strong following of her own. She understands the vision of Asaase, which is a Pan-Africanist media platform determined to promote and project the best of Ghanaian and African arts and culture.”

Naomi Nelson who is the head of communications, Marketing and events of Asaase radio also added her voice and said:

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“She is a delight to listen and represents the best in entertainment Africa can offer to radio listeners everywhere.”

Asaase 99.5 Fm which is doing so well and gained lots of following from social media would be officially launched on Sunday June 14.

Caroline has gained lots of experience from the media. She first worked at Atlantis radio hosting continuous drive and Mellow Cruise. Gradually she moved to GTV and Tv3 to host U-Win Game Show and Hitz Video respectively.

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She later joined Citi Fm and two other shows. After two years with Citi Fm, she joined YFm and ETV GH. She was also the presenter of Y Fm’s lunch time show until she left.

Caroline has won many awards since her carrer commenced. She won the best presenter at the Stars Integration of Culture and Africa (SICA) festival and competition held in Benin in 2009.
She also received the fourth XWAC-Africa Award of Honour for Media Excellence in 2019 amongst others.

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