Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh replaces Berla Mundi on ‘The Late Afternoon Show

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Berla Mundi has resigned from EiB’s GHONE, and she is heading to Media General’s TV3

Gh One TV has fast moved on from Berla Mundi and already introduced a new face who will be hosting The Late Afternoon Show .

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Dr. Caryn Ohemaa Afia Kobi Prempeh has been revealed as the new host of GhOne TV’s ‘The Late Afternoon Show’.

Ohemaa is reportedly related to the Asantehene and she is a medical practitioner as well who runs Cervical Cancer NGO in Ghana.

Announcing the new host, GHOne TV took to their social media pages to provide some background of Ohemaa.

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Dr. Caryn Ohemaa Afia Kobi Prempeh

The post reads;

“Dr. Caryn Agyeman Prempeh is a medical practitioner with major interest in Global Public Health.

She an old student of St Roses Secondary School, Akwetia, further studied at Headington Girls School, Oxford, (United Kingdom), University College Of London – Biomedical Science, School Of Medical Science (KNUST) – Medicine, Queen Mary University of London – Masters in Global Public Health.

Dr Prempeh is the founder of a non-profit organization called CERVIVA focused on creating awareness and educating women on Cervical Cancer.

She also continues to practice medicine with experience working at 37 Military Hospital – Accra, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital- Kumasi, and Abenkyiman Hospital – Kumasi. She is currently at Claron Health International – Accra as the Resident Medical Officer.

Away from all this, she also has Inhealth Medical Solution that focuses on Healthcare Customer Service Training, Medical Supplies, Medical Tourism, Health and Preventative Medicine Education.

Today she is a medical doctor , with interest in Global Public Health focusing in Preventive Medicine and Female reproductive Cancers , especially cervical cancer in Ghana.“

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