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AJ Akuoko-Sarpong

AJ Akuoko-Sarpong

Ghana's Versatile Media Personality and Influential Voice

1991

Childhood
28 October 1991

Childhood

Born on October 28, 1991, Nana Adjoa Akuoko-Sarpong, popularly known as AJ Akuoko-Sarpong, is the daughter of Nana Kwame Akuoko-Sarpong, the paramount chief of the Agogo Traditional Area and Omanhene of the Agogo Traditional Area, and Alice Afful Asamah. She hails from Asante Akyem Agogo in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

2000

Education
20 July 2000

Education

She began her education at Sacs Kindergarten and continued her academic journey at Alsyd Academy and Englebert School in Accra, Ghana. Later, she moved to Akosombo International in the Eastern Region before transitioning to Galaxy International School, where she pursued the Cambridge System of education from the United Kingdom. Notably, AJ opted for home schooling for her A-levels.

2004

Academic Achievements
20 July 2004

Academic Achievements

AJ's dedication to education is evident from her impressive academic achievements. She earned her first degree in Political Science and Theatre Arts from the prestigious University of Ghana, Legon. Complementing her undergraduate education, AJ pursued further studies, obtaining a Master's Degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism and a second Master's Degree in Brands and Communication Management from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).

2010

Media Career Beginnings
19 July 2010

Media Career Beginnings

AJ Akuoko-Sarpong's media journey commenced at the young age of 16 when she joined Ghanamusic.com as an events correspondent. Her talent and passion for media led her to take on various roles, including associate editor and on-air presenter for the website's events coverage. AJ's charismatic personality allowed her to interview numerous stars, both local and international, further solidifying her presence in the media landscape.

2015

Time at EIB Network and GHOne TV
20 July 2015

Time at EIB Network and GHOne TV

After her time at Ghanamusic.com, AJ expanded her horizons by joining YFM Ghana as a Friday night segment presenter. She continued to thrive in the media industry, and after the merger of GHOne TV into the EIB Networks, she became a presenter and producer for GHOne TV, Live FM, and Starr FM. During this period, AJ hosted several popular shows, including "Tales from the Powder Room" and "Live from the Capital Radio Show," solidifying her reputation as a versatile media personality.

2017

Time at Citi FM/TV
20 July 2017

Time at Citi FM/TV

AJ's journey in the media industry took an exciting turn when she joined Citi FM and Citi TV in 2017. Her expertise as a broadcast journalist shone through as she became the host of the prominent mid-morning show "Brunch in the Citi" on Citi FM. Additionally, AJ showcased her hosting prowess on Citi TV by leading shows such as "The Chat," "Hall of Fame," and the popular "Voice Factory" reality show. She also hosts "Sister Sister," Ghana's longest-running relationship talk show.

2023

Media General
02 March 2023

Media General

Nana Adjoa Akuoko-Sarpong, joined Media General after she resigned from Citi FM. AJ Sarpong announced her resignation on social media on Wednesday, March 2, 2023, TV3 also officially announced AJ's 'new home" on Friday, March 3, 2023 in a Facebook post.

2023

Versatility and Impact
20 July 2023

Versatility and Impact

As a content producer, AJ Akuoko-Sarpong has been instrumental in creating captivating TV shows and content that resonates with African viewers while meeting international standards. Her impressive resume includes producing shows such as "Tales from the Powder Room" and "Friday Night Live." Moreover, AJ has not limited her influence to the media industry alone. Her skills as an event MC have led her to host various high-profile events for State Institutions, Government Ministries, and renowned brands, including UNFPA, Nestle, DSTV, and more.

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