Former Viasat 1 and Kwese TV presenter, Kokui Selormey has rejoined Citi FM as a member of the Citi CBS.
The return of Kokui to Ghana’s leading English speaking station was announced by the General Manager of Citi FM, Bernard Avle on the Citi Breakfast Show on July 24.
It is expected that Kakui’s addition to the Citi CBS team will bring more spice considering her vast experience in the industry.
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It’s such a pleasure and a privilege to rejoin the #CitiCBS team 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾
— Kokui ❤️ (@kokui_selormey) July 24, 2020
Kokui Selormey that many people do not know is the fact that she is the daughter of the late Deputy Minister of Finance, Victor Selormey.
Kokui was born on November 4, 1978, in Accra Ghana, but when she was only six months old, she had to leave her mother and elder brother for the United Kingdom to stay with her dad.
She returned 10 years later to continue her education in Ghana, which she said she found quite difficult to adjust. She was enrolled at the Ridge Church School in Accra.
When she enrolled at Ridge Church School, she quickly had to adapt to life as a Ghanaian and generally, she was a good student and was quick in making new friends in school.
She later moved on to the Holy Child Senior High School in Cape Coast where she joined the school’s choir in her first year.
After finishing at the top of her class in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination [SSCE], she moved to the United States to continue my education.
Despite her love for music, at a point in time, Kokui decided to switch to television programming. Subsequently, she applied to be a presenter on a new television programme called Healthline that was sponsored by Vodafone Ghana and got the position.
She was the host for the Season One of the programme and later did the voice over for Season Two and Three.
Sometime later, she had a job opportunity at Citi FM to host the Breakfast Show but she moved to Viasat 1 as the host of This Morning.