It is rumoured that popular TV and radio presenter, Philemon Buabeng, popularly known in showbiz as Kweku Bee Abrante has joined Mankessim based Osagyefo FM in the Central Region.
The ace presenter is known for his creative artistry and smooth presentation. He became very popular with his High School Show which later became Obrempon Showbiz on Obrempon 91.7 in Agona Swedru, and his report of the top five songs from the Central Region on the Adom Airtel Chat show hosted by Andy Dosty on Adom fm.
He doubles as a news anchor and reporter for Amansan TV (ATV) – GN media.
He is rumoured to host the Entertainment Show on the Dr. Amofa owned Osagyefo FM with sister stations like Kingdom FM in Koforidua and Okokroko FM in Cape Coast.
Osagyefo FM which operates on the frequency of 106.1 is a new station which belongs to the Kingdom Herbal Center, producers of Pashew Bitters, Tremendous Capsules, Don Papa Ginseng Bitters, etc. They also own Okokroko FM in Cape Coast and Kingdom FM in Koforidua making them a great force to reckon with.
When contacted by the News team, Kweku Bee Abrante dismissed the rumours on the premises that he is very happy and comfortable with Obrempong FM where he hosts The Obrempong Showbiz and hasn’t thought of leaving now. He was however quick to add that he will announce to his loyal fans anytime such move is initiated. Explaining why he has pictures of him in the studios of the said radio station splashed on social media, he explained that he only visited a friend there and took the pictures.
Kweku Bee Abrante is currently the Central regional correspondent for the Adom AIRTEL Show with Andy Dosty on Adom FM and ….. at ATV respectively. He is a very popular blogger and a professional actor who features in the popular television show Payday as Awotwe
Finally, what we have to say is that if the rumour is true, although it has been denied, we extend our congratulations to Kweku Bee, but must hasten to add that he should keep working hard for Agona Swedru, the central region and beyond.
Source:Frank Owusu Kojo Asiamah (FOKA)