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I am Television News Anchor and reporter.
Raised in Bamenda, I was born in Douala, Cameroon to my Cameroonian parents Ephraim BANDA GHOGOMU, a retired journalist, and Elizabeth Fokemban Utiaboh epouse BANDA GHOGOMU [died January 01, 2002]
After completing the larger part of my elementary education in Bamenda, I was sent by my parents to a boarding and day school for Secondary and High education. I attended Baptist High School Mankon, Government High School Mankon, mixed academic institutions located in the Mezam Headquarters and then, at age 18, StarLight College, in Nkwen, Bamenda 111 subdivision for the 1nd cycle of my secondary education.
After my graduation from Star Light College, I moved to the economic metropolis to study journalism at the Golf Higher Professional Institute of Management, where I obtained a BTS certificate in journalism after 2 years of training. During her time there, I worked in the news department of the school and did my academic internship at the state owned media's FM station, Suellaba FM 105 from the Littoral. I had my first working experience with the LTM TV in Douala as the main News presenter after which I moved to the Spectrum Television after 3 years of hard labour.
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