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‘Angel FM Is Paying Me Better Than Multimedia’ – Ohemaa Woyeje


Media personality Ohemaa Woyeje who joined Accra based Angel 102.9 FM owned by a businessman, Dr Kwaku Oteng of the Angel Group of Companies recently has lamented over bad treatment she encountered at former station Adom FM. 

According to the bubbly presenter, her new home is treating her far better than Multimedia where she worked for over 10 years adding that, ”I felt unfairly treated.”

In an interview with Sammy Flex TV, Ohemaa Woyeje explained that she resigned because the terms of her contract was breached and she wasn’t happy.

“I took my vacation and returned in October. I resumed work and about an hour before I went on air, my boss sent me a Whatsapp message asking me to hand over the show to someone else, without any explanation.

“My contract of employment at Multimedia was as a presenter and per my job description, I was to host, entertain and engage listeners with music and delivery but they breached the contract by assigning me new roles that had nothing to do with presenting such as field jobs and production work.

“My bosses took this decision alone, there was no prior notification or communication. I was not ready for these new roles so I had to quit,” she said.

She said she asked for explanation for her reassignment but she wasn’t convinced by the reasons her bosses gave.

The news of her resignation certainly didn’t go down well with her teeming fans who she disclosed sent her messages on her social media platforms.

“It wasn’t easy, there was a lot of pressure, I received calls and text messages from people in Ghana and abroad who all wanted to know why I wasn’t on air. Even some pastors called me, telling me they use my motivation messages as inspiration to preach.

“But what can I do? I mean, I was wholeheartedly doing my work. In my years with Multimedia, I put my all into my job but the way the whole thing was thrown at me was someway. My boss couldn’t even call me and waited till about an hour before I went on air to tell me not to. I really didn’t wanted to hustle with anybody over a job and that’s why I decided to go.” she stated.

Ohemaa Woyeje started her media career in 2003 with Nkosuo Radio in Kumasi. She moved to Sky FM in Sunyani, then on to Zuria FM in Kumasi.

She then moved to Accra and joined Top Radio where she stayed for seven years handling the mid-morning show for five-and-a-half years.

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