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I first met Caleb Adjomah when we both interviewed and sat exams to become University of Ghana’s Radio Universe volunteers. We both were good enough to be selected when we were in our second year in the university.
Caleb is a lively person. He has always been the one to light up a room with his bright
He was in the Commonwealth Hall and has always been vociferous about how great the Vandals are. I believe he, like any of us volunteers, found a way to balance his academic work with his duties at the campus radio station.
Before long, we started figuring out what our interests were in relation to our work at the station. I found myself working with Mina Okuru and her production team for Read a Book a Week. Caleb joined the entertainment team and immediately started working with Fred
When we had gathered enough experience through producing programmes etc. we were ushered into hosting the morning show: Campus Exclusive. For many Radio Univers volunteers, hosting Campus Exclusive is a big deal. Volunteers would build skills and experience for hosting the morning show through observing senior volunteers host the show and also, from hosting the Saturday edition of the show known as Big Exclusive.
Caleb was one of the few people I enjoyed hosting the morning show with. He is silly both on and
I wasn’t surprised when Caleb through his hard work and professionalism soon became one of the youngest Programme Managers on Ghanaian radio during his time at Yfm.
I can’t wait to see what he will bring to radio programming at Live fm with the experience he has gathered working on radio and TV in the past few years.
It is truly amazing how committed and hardworking you can be when you make your passion into a career. Giovani brings life to the Ghanaian airwaves through authenticity and a uniqueness that is unmatched.
Wunpini F. Mohammed