Afia Pokuaa recounts how she painfully left her dying father on his sick bed to go read news at Adom FM

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After 17 years at Multimedia where she rose to become news editor at Adom FM, Afia Pokuaa aka Vim Lady has now joined UTV and has shared one of the moments where she had to commit to the media conglomerate despite her father been sick.

According to Afia Pokua, at one point she had to leave her dying father on his sickbed in order to go read her news bulletin before rushing back to him to bid him farewell.

In a Facebook post, the talented newscaster described her 17-year journey with Multimedia as one of the best things that have happened to her after her short stint at P&P.

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One of my biggest blessings God has ever given me is positioning me at Multimedia Group Limited after my short stint at P &P.
For 17 years, I have done my best, even left my father on his dying bed to read my bulletin before running to the hospital to bid him farewell.
I have learnt from great people and taken lessons from my bad experiences. This is the best time to leave and open avenues for others to grow.
I’m indebted to all those who helped me on that journey.
It’s been fun, tears but a great experience.
I hope to learn more on my next chapter.

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Afia Pokuaa has now joined RTP’s ‘2018/2019 TV Station Of The Year’, United Television (UTV) and now is the host of the most educative show, ‘Mmra No Se Sen’ which airs on every Friday evening on UTV.

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