Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah To Come Back On Radio After Politics

The New Patriotic Party�s parliamentary candidate for the Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency in the Eastern Region, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah says he is coming back to radio after active political life. Oppong-Nkrumah, a former radio show host with Accra-based JOY FM said returning to radio should offer him a unique opportunity to speak to the issues. �I would have had a better understanding of the issues by then; like they do in the U.S and all the other established democracies,� he told Jeremie and Jay Foley on Live FM�s Breakfast Show, Live Breakfast Club. Oppong-Nkrumah won the Ofoase-Ayierbi primaries in June with some 219 votes as against his contender John Obiri Yeboah�s 145. The other contestant Bright Asamoah Acquah had 45 votes. The former radio host has indicated is preparedness to work for an NPP victory in 2016. �Our common objective as true patriots should be to improve our party�s fortunes in December 2016 and thereby take Nana Akuffo Addo to the Flagstaff house.� Born on April 5, 1982, to Mr Kwame Oppong Nkrumah, Head of Treasury of the National Investment Bank, and Mrs Felicia Oppong Nkrumah, a Teacher, he hails from Abora Aboase near Saltpond in the Central Region. He had his secondary education at the Pope John Secondary in Koforidua and studied for his first degree at the University of Cape Coast. He subsequently enrolled for a Master�s programme in Marketing at the University of Ghana. He joined JOY FM in 2007 as an intern after being spotted by Multimedia Broadcasting CEO, Mr Kwesi Twum, while making a presentation at the University of Cape Coast. From very humble beginnings, he�s grown to become a highly respected young achiever.