Former Joy FM Presenter Naa Ashorkor Mensah Doku is back on radio.
She confirmed the news via social media on Monday.
Ashorkor starts two new shows on Asaase, which recently went live in the national capital, Accra.
Read her confirmation post below.
I have news – again!
This time it’s all good 😄
Singing 🎶🎶🎶🎶 Capable God ooo….what is hard for you to do, it doesn’t exist oooo🎶🎶🎶🎶
Starting 6th July , I’d be back on your radio!
Tune in to Asaase Radio 99.5 Mondays to Thursday at 2pm for “Between hours ” and on Wednesday nights at 7 for “Just Us ” this one is for girls only .
I’m excited to be back on your radio serving you good quality radio shows for your listening pleasure.
I am very grateful to you all for your support and love . I count on your continued support and prayer for and with me as I start this new journey.”
Accra’s latest addition to commercial radio, Asaase Radio 99.5 kicked off programming on Sunday, June 14 marking the end of a successful test run, and the beginning of a new journey into the capital’s radio landscape.
It saw renowned Journalist, Kwaku Sakyi Addo, host the maiden edition of his new show ‘Sunday Night.’
Old guard Kojo Mensah hosts the Asaase Breakfast Show.
Caroline Sampson hosts the station’s late-morning to early afternoon show ‘Ten-to-One’ broadcasting between 10am and 1pm, and Elvis Crystal hosts the drive time show between 2 and 5pm.
Asaase Radio is run by the same owners of the Daily Statesman newspaper, which has Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko as the frontman.
The station operates under the tagline “The Voice of Our land,” and broadcasts in English on 99.5 FM.
Executives at the Cantonments-based station remain hopeful that they have a good strategy in place.
The Asaase Radio project is huge; executives tell enewsgh.com it is founded on a unique Pan African philosophy with a unique Ghanaian identity.
Expectations are high for the station.
In the coming weeks, as the full rollout takes shape, it will be a walk into a terrain of players with equally bigger appetite for market share.