Kwaku Sakyi Addo joins Asaase Radio

Journalist and Broadcaster, Kwaku Sakyi-Addo is the lastest addition to Asaase Radio.

The highly respected broadcaster will host a new talk show, “Sunday Night”, on Accra-based radio station, Asaase Radio, which
broadcasts on 99.5FM.

The radio show, which combines personality and current affairs, will debut at 7pm on Sunday, June 14, 2020.

“Sunday Night” will feature Ghanaian, African and global newsmakers in conversation with Sakyi-Addo on a wide range of subjects, from Business, the Arts, Sports, through Science and Politics.

The new station, which broadcasts in English, Asaase Radio, promises quality programmes and prioritizes professionalism.

Sakyi-Addo hosted the current affairs shows Front Page and Newsfile for a combined sixteen years on Joy FM. He was also executive producer and host of Kwaku One-on-One, a head to head TV interview show on GTV and TV3 for ten years. He also hosted a live radio and television talk show, ‘The Lounge’ on Starr FM which was recorded for telecast on GhOne TV from 2016 to 2018.

“I’m happy to be associated with a station that promises to enrich its audiences on-air and online with world class content; a station worth waking up to and going to bed with,” the two-time Jour- nalist of the Year said, adding, “I look forward to working with the station’s superb production team so Sunday Night can contribute towards the vision of Asaase Radio.”

Sakyi-Addo is a strategic communications specialist and telecommunications policy advocate. He served as the founding CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications from 2011 until his appointment as NCA board chairman in 2017.

He was correspondent for the BBC from 1994-2007, alongside Reuters, the world’s largest news agency. He had previously been editor-in-chief of the Ghanaian Chronicle (1993-94) and Ghana News Agency reporter.

He has held exclusive interviews with a wide range of personalities, among them the last three Secretaries-General of the United Nations, and African leaders from Cyril Ramaphosa now South African President, to Liberia’s Charles Taylor currently in prison for war crimes.

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