Just like football players, commercial radio creates an avenue for more media personnel to move from one place to another. One of the recent media persons who resigned from Multimedia is Nana Yaa Brefo, formerly of Despite Media and she has recently endorsed Despite Media as being more homely.
Nana Yaa Brefo, who was a former co-host of the Badwam television morning show on Adom TV announced her resignation from the Multimedia Group Limited on Sunday, May 17, 2020.
Speaking on Accra based Neat Fm, on the mid morning show, Wednesday, she compared Despite Media, her former employer’s environment as more homely than where she used to work previously before her resignation.
She indicated that she started at Despite Media and to her, Despite Media is more homely.
“Here is where I started. Here is my home. It has been home even better off than where I left. It has always been home, even when I left, it was still home. Here is more homely” she added.
Nana Yaa Brefo explained the reason why she calls Despite Media home. She explained that she has no qualms with anyone, but comparing the relationship between her former place of work and Despite Media, she relaid that she feels more at home even when she left 10 years ago.
“I chose to come here because I was groomed here, I gave respect to where I started from. Even when I left, it was still home. If you talk about home, even in the house setting, when you go out and you come back you have your peace of mind. Your family checks on you, you are welcomed, they are worried about you. Ever since I left here, each time I come back, I don’t sit at the reception, neither am I treated as a stranger” she added.
However, she dispelled rumors that there was a bad blood between her and the management of Despite Media and that she had lots of friends at Despite Media.
“No matter where I meet Father Dickson and Osei Kwame Despite, I still guide them. For instance, during the funeral service of KABA, I took them round. I was the one leading them, but I have more family and friends from here than where I used to be”.
BY: ONESIPHORUS OBUOBI