MzGee Cries As She Celebrates One Year Anniversary As Host Of UTV’s United Showbiz

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Ghanaian media personality and the host of UTV’s United Showbiz, MzGee, couldn’t hold back her tears as she marked a significant milestone in her career on Saturday, February 24, 2024.

Celebrating her one year anniversary as the host of the acclaimed TV entertainment review show, MzGee was visibly emotional as she reflected on her journey over the past year.

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Amidst the jubilation, MzGee opened up about the challenges she faced when she first took on the role of hosting United Showbiz.

She mentioned that one of the hurdles she had to cross was the pressure of hosting the show predominantly in Twi, a language she admittedly wasn’t entirely fluent in. This challenge added an a big layer of complexity to her already demanding role.

MzGee added that she also had big shoes to fill as host, taking into account the fact that she wqs taking over from the revered Nana Ama Mcbrown, who had left an indelible mark on the show.

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As she mentioned these challenges and the relentless calls for her dismissal, emotions overwhelmed her, and tears streamed down her face.

Other panelists on the show as got emotional and joined MzGee in shedding tears.

Amidst the tears, MzGee took a moment to express her heartfelt gratitude to the visionary leaders behind UTV, Dr. Osei Kwame Despite and Dr. Ofori Sarpong, for believing in her and entrusting her with such a significant role.

She also extended her appreciation to Fadda Dickson, the Managing Director of the TV station, for his unwavering support and trust in her abilities.

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