Ghanaian host and entertainer Shirley Tibilla, who is famously called Cookie Tee has moved from EIB Network camp that is being managed by Bola Ray to join the fast rising and force to reckon with Media General brand.
This came in as a shock to most Ghanaians as people never thought the dedicated Cookie Tee would leave her EIB network camp so easily, especially not at the ending part of the year.
3FM took the pleasure to announce her move to Media General, some minutes ago on the social media. And it was indeed an unexpected turn out of event.
Well to think of it, this is a fresh huge blow Media General has giving to EIB in the last few months. We all know that they have secured for themselves already the elites in the entertainment and hosting media, like Berla Mundi and Giovani Caleb.
Until Cookie Tee made this fresh move, she was the host for the mid-morning show on Starr 103.5FM dubbed, ‘The Zone’. And many other TV shows in the network, this is indeed a big loss for the EIB network, we wish they stay strong and get someone even better.
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