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Frema Ashkar Quits e.TV Ghana!
 
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27-Jun-2013  
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Frema Ashkar
 
 
According to Reliable information available to Peacefmonline.com, beautiful News anchor and Television Presenter Frema Ashkar has quit her job at e.tv Ghana and has now taken up a new position under the “Hope City” project.

Hope City has officially announced the appointment of Frema Ashkar to the position of Public Relations Manager according to a statement released.

Frema Ashkar is a well-known news anchor and editor at e.tv Ghana and previously TV3. She will take up her post with immediate effect.

Commenting on the appointment, Chairman of Hope City Roland Agambire said: “Frema has a passion for the Hope City project and she also brings a wealth of experience from her long career as a broadcast journalist. I am confident she will forge excellent relationships with our leadership team and help us position Hope City and Ghana as the leaders in Africa’s rapidly growing technology sector.”
Frema Ashkar, aged 31, has been a broadcast journalist for over 10 years and has anchored a number of e.tv programmes since 2011.

She holds a BA Degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Ghana, Legon, and is currently in the final stage of her MA Degree in International Affairs and Diplomacy from the same university. In addition, Frema holds a number of certificates in media and journalism including from Voice of America VOA and Canal France International.

Frema started her career as a reporter for Fox FM in Kumasi before moving to TV3, helping to brand the entertainment segment of the main news bulletin, culminating in its current status as the most watched “soft news” on television.

She has also produced and presented Panorama on e.tv, addressing the challenges that communities across Ghana face whilst creating a platform for the advocacy of change and development. She said: “I am absolutely delighted to have been appointed Public Relations Manager of the Hope City project.

To have the opportunity to represent one of Africa’s most high profile building projects and strengthen Hope City’s reputation as a driver for Ghana’s economic and social development is hugely exciting. I’m very proud to be joining a world class team under the vision of Roland Agambire, together with a superb executive and committed staff across the organization.”
 
 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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