Where is Kofi Adoma working now?

One of Ghana’s finest Journalists currently is Kofi Adoma Nwawani, He has been in the media space for over 15 years working tirelessly to expose the wrongdoings of some Ghanaians and beyond. Kofi Adoma currently works with Angel 102.9fm a radio station with Angel Broadcasting Network family in Accra as a news anchor. He is the lead anchor of Angel FM’s news together with Kojo Dickson formerly of Peace Fm. He is also the news editor and also a producer as well.

The two journalists cast both the afternoon and the evening news.

Kofi Adoma is a teacher by training but double as a Journalist and a philanthropist. He started his media Journey from Shalom Radio at Berekum through to Volta Star Radio (GBC Ho), later to Fox FM in Kumasi then to Hot FM in Accra before he joined Adom FM. He was ones the host of one of the most viewed TV talk shows in the country, Pampaso. He was also a standby host of Adom FMs morning show, Dwaso Nsem He resigned from Adom FM in 2018. He did not state the reason for his resignation but it is believed to have resigned because of conflict of interest.

Kofi Adoma

While working with Adom FM, he established his own network called KOFI TV. The network, which is said to have gained viewership, was conflicting with his work at Multimedia as a news anchor and a morning show host.it was said that his work at KOFI TV was depriving the company of advertisement as more and more companies prefer to advertise on his channel. His network has been at the forefront of some controversial interviews involving celebrities, pastors and politicians. He chose to quit his job at multimedia to focus on building his company. Kofi’s show on Kofi TV currently is one talked about TV in Ghana that brings on board some thought-provoking contents

In 2015, Kofi Adoma Nwanwani, who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Kofi TV, was named Nana Nkratuorhene I which literally means King of Communication by Dormaamanhene, Agyemang Badu the second through the Brong Ahafo Students Union (BASU) for his immense contribution to education and development in the region. He was one of 20 people rewarded that year by BASU, and his award came with a citation that partially read “hard work, commitment and dedication need commendation. BASU recognized is effort in projecting the image of the region in his field of work.