Entertainment journalist, Kwame Dadzie, has a new home.
The radio, TV and online personality who resigned from Adabraka-based Citi FM in December 2022 has pitched camps with Kokomlemle-based Multimedia Media Group Limited, home of Joy FM, Joy TV, Joy Prime, Adom TV, Adom FM and many others.
Until his resignation, Kwame was the entertainment anchor on Citi TV’s morning show (Breakfast Daily), and the host of ‘Celebrity Radar’, an entertainment segment on Traffic Avenue, the late afternoon show on Citi FM.
While at Citi TV, he produced shows like ‘Saturday Live’ and ‘30 Minutes’.
The controversial entertainment journalist is known for his in-depth write-ups on showbiz-related issues, especially his music reviews, and refreshing interviews.
Kwame started work in the media in 2009 when he had a stint with Krush FM, an online radio station in Koforidua.
He later became a producer and panelist for various entertainment shows at three radio stations in Koforidua (Sunrise FM, Eastern FM, Emak FM) in three years and hosted the hottest entertainment show in the Eastern Region, Arts and People on Vision FM in Koforidua. That show earned him nominations in the Radio and TV Personality Awards in 2014 and 2015 as Best Radio Personality in the Eastern Region.
He also hosted Campus Edition on the same network in 2014.
He was nominated twice in the Best Entertainment Journalist category in the GN Bank Awards.
In Accra, he hosted Flex on Pluzz on Pluzz FM and Gospel Countdown, on Care TV.
He was the Deputy Editor of Flex entertainment newspaper from 2009 to 2017.
Kwame has served as a Public Relations Officer (PRO) for a number artistes, brands and associations including the Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana (ATWAG), a group of Ghanaian arts writers/journalists and media workers who seek to promote arts, tourism and culture reporting in Ghana while developing the professional capacity and the welfare or its members.
He is a two-time Board Member of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (2021 and 2022).
He trained as a teacher at the Presbyterian Training College (now Presbyterian College of Education) at Akropong-Akuapem and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Ghana.
Dadzie is married to Gifty Abena Marfoa Nyamekye, an administrator at the University of Cape Coast and they are blessed with two children.