He might be new to television viewers around the country but certainly not new to players in the media fraternity.
Fairly young with a laid back demeanour, he is filled with a desirable passion needed to get to the top of his trade; broadcast journalism.
Though a latest entrant in the newsroom of one of the nation’s most valued and privately owned television networks, Metropolitan TV, he has suddenly become the face of the station’s news under the guidance and tutelage of the dynamic news editor, Mary Doe Gyimah.
Ignatius Annor is not only smart, articulate but possesses a great control over the ‘queen’s language’, which makes him a spectacle to watch anytime he anchors the news.
From a humble beginning in the nation’s capital, Ignatius grew up learning several key lessons in life from his parents.
Hard work has remained the hallmark of Ignatius, who strives to become another Richard Quest of the CNN.
The graduate of Anlo High School in the Volta Region secured a scholarship from Top Radio for an ICM UK course. And that marked the beginning of his journey into the world of radio journalism.No tags for this post.