On her last working day, Monday, January 31, 2022, the “Queen of the Airwaves,” who earned the respect of many in Kumasi and beyond, gave a heartfelt parting speech with her former coworkers and fan base on live radio.
She said: “It’s extremely bittersweet. I am excited about the next challenge but, just like leaving home, it is very painful. Change though is the only constant thing”,
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In discussing the industry’s potential for current and broadcaster added: “to appreciate the blessings and opportunities they have on radio, make it a fun ride whiles it last and be remembered for positive impact.”
Anita further pushed them to research and perfect their art, be confident, and flow effortlessly, as “radio is an exciting venture.”
According to reliable sources, Anita Kuma has taken up a new position at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Registrar’s Offices in Kumasi.