Ghana has had many television broadcasters grace our screens over the years and one of them though not on TV now but gave us fond memories is Henry Herbert Malm.
A product of Labone Secondary School, he attended University of Ghana and University of Capecoast with a masters degree in Communication Studies.
He dazzled and was good in his presentation of the news during his era along with colleagues like Emma Morrison, Israel Laryea, Beatrice Agyemang, Bright Nana Amfo, Gideon Aryeequaye, Mary Ann Eyram Acolatse, Nana Aba Anamoah and others.
He left TV3 in 2013 after it was alleged by some news portals that he was relieved of his duties. He has since worked as Public Affairs head at the Standard Chartered Bank and is now head of Corporate Communications and Sustainability at Unilever Ghana.
In February this year, he shared his harrowing experience after contracting COVID 19 and how he believed he almost lost his life at the emergency ward at Nyaho Medical Centre. This was to bring awareness to the disease and how one needs to follow all the safety measures to stay safe.
Kudos to Henry Herbert Malm on his contribution to media broadcasting and the memories he gave us during his days on Television.
What are your own memories of him?
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