News anchoring is a job that requires good communication and presentation skills, but not only that, beauty also plays a role especially for women. This is because, not only is one reporting the news but also selling the network to the viewers as well.
Many a time, women of this profession needs to go the extra-mile of looking beautiful for the cameras. Few go off camera and still hold unto the glamouring picture that is shown on TV. But GhOne TV’s Serwaa Amihere has shown to the entire world that she is beautiful beyond the camera and that her beauty transcends borders.
Serwaa Amihere is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist and news presenter who currently works with GHOne TV.
Serwaa was born on 8 March 1990 as the first born to Frank Yeboah and Lydia Tetteh. She had her Second Cycle Education at Yaa Asantewaa Secondary School. She later went to Methodist University College, where she studied Banking and Finance.
A trip down memory lane of Serwaa Amihere’s social media pages will send a chill down one’s spine, looking at the amazing pictures of the journalist. She pays attention to details so every attire she wears whether an African wear, a casual wear or an office wear, she adds a touch of class. Her collection of designers ranges from Channel, Prada, Gucci and many more.
She has won a number of awards as a result of her hardwork, dedication and her willingness to serve her superiors as well as her subordinates.
She started as the producer of the award-winning current affairs show, “State of Affairs hosted” by Nana Aba Anamoah. She is the host of Cheers, a weekend sports show telecast on GhOne TV.
Serwaa is one of the leading news anchors on GHOne TV and the first Ghanaian to win RTP Awards’ Best TV Newscaster of the Year 3-times in a row.
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