Koo Sebor Resigns From Dr. Kwaku Oteng’s Pure FM In Kumasi

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Another resignation has hit Ghanaian billionaire, Dr. Kwaku Oteng’s media conglomerate, Angel Broadcasting Network.

The host of Pure Drive on Pure FM in Kumasi, Samuel Wood, who is popularly known as Koo Sebor has announced his exit from the radio station.

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Koo Sebor made the announcement on Saturday, June 3, 2023, via a video he shared on his social media pages.

In the video, the former host of Pure FM’s Bars4Bars show stated that he appreciates all the things his former employers and his fans did for him while he was working with the radio station.

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He also gave the hint that he was leaving the Kumasi media landscape for different opportunities in other regions henceforth.

“It’s been more than 7 years serving you exciting content on your radio in the region. All too soon, it’s time for me to bow out of the radio in the region and advance the craft elsewhere. I’ll really miss the city as it taught me all I know about radio,” Koo Sebor said.

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He becomes the latest presenter to resign from the media network.

Not too long ago, his co-host, DJ Slim, who moved to Radio One to host a different show also resigned from the media network with all the people he was hosting his morning show with.

Recently, Okyeame Quophi also resigned from Angle FM Accra as the host of the evening drivetime show.

As things stand, one can not point out what is causing these resignations at Angel Broadcasting Network.

Until he joined Pure FM, Koo Sebot previously worked with YFM in Kumasi.

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