Saturday was actually the May Day Holiday which is actually scheduled to celebrate workers but because it was Weekend, today being Monday has been made a Public Holiday for the May Day.
The Popular Gospel Musician who doubles as Police Chief Superintendent, Kofi Sarpong has appeared on United TV as their News Anchor as he gave out the news today in replace of Yaa Konamah, Tweneboah Kodua, Ama Sarpong Kumankuma Gyasi and Adwoa Yeboah Agyei who normally appears on the show as News Anchors.
Kofi Sarpong appearing as a news anchor is a way of celebrating the Ghana Police Service on Workers day.
The Chief Superintendent really made good use of the opportunity given to him to express himself well as a pro Journalist. He took his time to read the news for viewers to understand his insinuation as a news head.
He read the news in Ghanaian language “Twi” and read it very well without struggling to pronounce his words.
Kofi Sarpong has done really well and deserve some accolades for that remarkable afternoon news.
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