TV3 Network Limited, a subsidiary of Media Generale has removed the host of The Key Point show Abena Tabi from her seat. It is not known the cause of the displacement of the Saturday morning current affairs program.
She is being replaced by a veteran journalist and news editor for the station Dzifa Bampoe. This was announced by the new host on her Instagram page yesterday.
She wrote, “Saturday morning is a good time to catch up on what you‘ve missed during your busy week. That is why every Saturday morning at 7am, we take the time to delve into the key points to ensure you are adequately equipped to play your role as a citizen. Our job is to ensure that you are a part and parcel of nation building”.
She was however quiet over the whereabouts of Abena Tabi who had hosted the program for the past four years.
About Dzifa Bampoe
Dzifa Bampoe joined Media Generale in March 2021. She is one of the former Multi-Media journalist who have moved to the MG group after Gloria Acquah aka Mz Gee, Komla Adom, Rowland Walker, and others.
Before leaving the scene, Dzifa Bampoe worked with the Multimedia group for 12 years, delivering up-to-the-minute news and current affairs programmes with professionalism.
After quitting Joy three years ago, Dzifa joined oil firm, Tullow Oil as head of Corporate Affairs.
Dzifa, the first of two children, is married to Mr David Bampoe. She is a staunch Catholic and worships at Christ the King Catholic Church. Her hobbies are swimming, reading and meeting family members. She enjoys eba with pepper and fried fish.
About Abena Tabi
Theresa Abena Tabi has a broad legal practice, with extensive experience in litigation as well as corporate, commercial and labour law.
Having worked for and instituted actions against statutory and government bodies, Theresa is well-versed in the exercise of governmental powers and discretion (both at the local and national levels).
Theresa also has experience in the areas of project planning and management, public policy and development work. She has assisted a number of start-ups set up and actively take off with their operations and has also assisted a number of Clients to structure public/private partnerships (PPPs) from start to close of deal.
She also has experience in the land administration and land title registration processes of Ghana and has been responsible, since 2015, for the Ghana chapter in the global publication “Getting the Deal Through”, published annually, by the Law Business Research, on real estate trends in 26 jurisdictions of the world, including Ghana.
Theresa is a member of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) and an Alumna of the Research Exchange programme of the Kettering Foundation in Dayton, Ohio, USA. She is also a Marketer, certified by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, (CIM), UK.
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