Some females have made their way onto the airwaves and have garnered a lot of fans for themselves
- Ghanaians often praise the beauty of the female presenters who keep making listening to radio awesome
Some females have taken over the airwaves in Ghana as they treat listeners to soothing music and sweet talk.
While some have been on radio for many years, others have joined recently as they all try to amass traffic and listener-ship.
1. Cookie Tee (Starr FM)
Shirley Tibilla popularly known as Cookie Tee is a radio presenter at Accra-based Starr FM.Cookie Tee is gaining grounds and becoming popular as she is the co-host of Starr Drive, the afternoon show on Starr FM.
Even though she has not been on radio for long, Cookie Tee is rising fast as many claim they love her voice and presenting skills.
2. Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku (Joy FM)
Naa Ashorkor is undoubtedly one of the most preferred voices on radio as she has been on the scene for a long time now.
She is currently the host of Strong and Sassy, Rhythms A-Z on Accra-based radio station Joy FM.
Before moving to Joy FM, Naa was the most listened to when it comes to mid-morning radio as she took the airwaves by storm on Starr FM.
On Joy FM, Naa Ashorkor expressed brilliance and experience in her presenting, making her one of the most favorites.
3. Jessica Opare Saforo (Citi FM)
Jessica is well-known in Ghana as the queen of the airwaves since she has been on radio for over 10 years.
Jessica is the host of Traffic Avenue, the drive time show on Accra-based radio station Citi FM.
Her experience allows her to play good music and treat listeners to her soothing voice through the week.
Her voice is unprecedented, making her become one of MTN's voice over artistes.
4. Miriam Osei Agyemang (3 FM)
Miriam is the host of Urban Blend, the mid-morning show on Accra-based radio station 3FM.
Since the establishment of 3FM, Miriam has gained grounds and a huge fanbase for herself through radio.
Her soothing voice and fluency in speaking makes her one of the most listened to when it comes to mid-morning radio.
5. AJ Sarpong (Citi FM)
AJ Sarpong is the host of Brunch In The Citi, the mid-morning show on Accra -based radio station Citi FM.
AJ became a household name when she took over the mid-morning show at Starr FM before later moving to Citi FM.
Her choice of music and soothing voice makes her stand out as she is praised for being entertaining on radio.
6. Mamavi Owusu (Joy FM)
Mamavi comes as one of the most respected and decent radio presenters in Ghana as she has kept herself on the quite all these years.
Mamavi is the current host of Cosmopolitan Mix on Accra-based radio station Joy FM.
Her awesome voice and fluency in talking makes her show one of the most listened in the capital.
7. Mz Dru (Live FM)
MzDru is the host of Route 919, the mid-morning show on Accra-based radio station Live FM.
Even though she has not been on radio for a long time, Mz Dru has gained much listener-ship due to her unique style of presenting.
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