Luv FM's Anita Kuma is Number 3 Radio On-Air Personality

Luv FM's Anita Kuma is Number 3 Radio On-Air Personality
Source: Ghana I Luv FM I Prince Appiah
Date: 15-04-2019 Time: 07:04:44:pm
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Anita Akua Kyerewaa Kuma

Host of Lunchtime Rhythms on Kumasi's most listened to English radio station, Luv FM, Anita Akua Kyerewaa Kuma, has emerged number three of 10 on-air personalities in Ghana for 2018.

She came behind Bernard Avle of Citi FM and Peace FM’s Kwame Sefa Kayi, in a ranking put together by the Business Insider, operators of Pulse Ghana.

Anita Kuma(3rd from left) on her graduation in 2005

Anita’s radio experience spans over 13- years after her tertiary education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2005.

The former Wesley Girls High School alumni in Cape Coast has since established herself not only as the most elegant, graceful and exciting presenter but most listened to female mid-morning and lunchtime host in the Ashanti region.

Anita’s show runs from Monday-Friday 12:30 – 2 p.m

Her super-imposing smooth, soft but silky voice, is perhaps her greatest weapon to charm her listeners.

Citi FM’s Jessica Opare Saforo, Peace FM’s Kofi Kum Bilson, Joy FM’s Doreen Andoh and Okay FM’s Abeiku Santana follow Anita in the ranking.

The rest on the log are  Joy FM’s Lexis Bill, Pure FM’s Kwame Adinkrah and Kwame Nkrumah Tikese of Okay FM who came in 8th, 9th and 10th respectively.

According to organisers, listeners enjoy listening to the personalities on how they handle issues on air.

“Listeners enjoy their grasp on issues and how they host the programs they anchor.

“These presenters have found a way to win the hearts of their listeners who even defend them when other people speak against them.”


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