The station, which bills itself as a pioneer in news and entertainment, currently employs some of the country's best female hosts.
Because of their outstanding presentation skills, great command of the Queen's language, and stunning beauty, most young Ghanaians love to watch TV3 because of these presenters.
1. Berla Mundi
She is 33 years and a talented young TV presenter who came to TV3 from GHOne TV. She is a co-host of TV3's morning show "Fresh Day" and hosts "The Day Show."
Berla is well-known for her excellent speaking abilities and flexibility. She graduated from the University of Ghana (UG), Legon, with a degree in Psychology.
2. Anita Akua Akuffo
She is 27 years, a former Miss Malaika contestant and a fantastic TV host. She switched from GHOne TV to TV3 in January last year.
On TV3, she co-hosts the shows "The Ladies Circles" and "Date Rush." She graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism with a BA in Communication Studies (GIJ).
Gloria Akpene Acquah, better known as Mzgee, is a talented entertainment host who is well-versed in her field.
She is the presenter of 'Showbiz 927,' as well as the celebrity section on 'New Day.' She is a GIMPA graduate.
4. Benedicta Gafah
She is 28 years and a well-known Ghanaian actress who recently joined TV3 as a co-host of the show "Music Music."
Presby Girls' SHS and African University College of Communications were her colleges.
She has a charity foundation called the 'Gafah Foundation,' which supports the less fortunate in society.
5. Michelle Attoh
Michelle recently became the new host of TV3's "Today's Woman." She has worked in the media for over 20 years.
She is linked to Chris Attoh, a Ghanaian actor and she's also a fantastic actress, with her most recent Ghanaian film being "Poor Luck Joe."
6. Ayisah Yakubu
She works as a newscaster for TV3 on a daily basis. She is a GIJ graduate and Ghanaians adore her for her simplicity, and she is gradually becoming a big 'name' in the Ghanaian media space.
7. Crystal Kwame-Aryee
Chrystal is an Achimota School graduate with a Marketing degree from the University of Ghana, Legon.
She is currently the host of 'Battle of the Sexes' and a co-host of 'The Ladies Circles.' She used to work as a stage actress for Uncle Ebo Whyte's Roverman Productions.
8. Bawuah Juliet
She is a well-known sports journalist who was nominated in 2015 for the Sports Media Pearl Awards.
She founded the Africa Women's Sports Summit, a mentorship event aimed at increasing female participation in the African sports ecosystem.
I must say that it no surprise why tv3 stands high in its entertainment and news. They've got all the beauty to make you want more.
Which of these ladies do you love most and wished they stayed on air all day for you? Have me your view in the comment section below.
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