TV3's latest addition to their news casting team has got many excited and elated and it is definitely not surprising. Her name is Aniella and viewers seem to have fallen in love with her right away. Currently on TV3, she reads the Sports News on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7:40pm. Let's know a bit about this beautiful young woman.
Aniella Allotey grew up in Accra, Ghana and for most parts of her life has remained there. She attended Christ the King International School, where she was the Girls' Prefect. She finished Junior High School education in 2012 and then proceeded to Aburi Girls SHS, in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
She pursued Business in SHS and after completion, moved on to the University of Ghana to read Bachelor of Laws (LLB). Aniella proved her brilliant self as she swept awards like Best in Ghana Legal System, Best in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Most Oustanding Student in Law and Academics. She was also the court clerk of her school's SRC Judicial Board.
Aniella has been an avid sports pundit for quite a while and many wonder how this young lady balanced law and sports. She used to appear on Warm Up (Tv3), Kwesé Sports Xtra (Kwesé Tv), Sportszone (HSTv), EPL Club, Champions League (Joy fm) and she definitely gained lots of experience in sports punditry.
Fans of Twitter have also taken particular notice of her striking beauty and due to this are always celebrating her after she reads her segment of the news.
It's early days yet and we definitely wish her all the best in her budding career.
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