International TV News Anchor and Multimedia Journalist Keminni Amanor is back in Ghana.
The broadcaster who once worked with GhOne TV for over 4 years has pitched camps with Media General.
Until her return to Ghana, Keminni worked with News Central TV in Nigeria.
In 2019, rumours went wild when Keminni Amanor left GHOne TV.
According to a couple of blogs, the broadcaster left due to an admission by the company’s CEO, Bola Ray, that the company was going through a rough time, financially.
However, Keminni Amanor shot down the rumours explaining exactly why she left.
In a post shared on her Facebook wall at the time, she stated that she was leaving to pursue graduate studies at the College Of Communication at the University of Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Keminni is well known for her story about the rot at the Agriculture Development Bank which ultimately led to the removal of the then Managing Director.
In 2014, she was nominated as the Best Television News Anchor in the RTP Awards as well as the Ghana Television Awards.
A former radio disc jockey, Keminni swapped the turntables for the newsroom and with a recorder and microphone in her hand, dashed through Accra’s dusty streets in search of the news.