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Video: ‘Berla Mundi is no competition to me’ – Anita Akuffo

TV3 and 3FM presenter, Anita Akua Akufo has mounted a spirited defense to clearly distinguish herself from her colleague at Media General, Berla Mundi and quell any thoughts of competition between them any fan might be accommodating.

Taking her turn on the HangOut, a facebook-live questions and answers session for TV3 broadcasters and their followers, Anita emphasized that there is nothing like a competition between her and Berla Mundi or any other TV3 staff for that matter.

“I have worked with Berla Mundi on different platforms. We did Miss Maliaka together. Berla and I already have that rapport. And so, working with her on Covid-19 360 has been a beautiful experience” Anita noted.

Anita Akua Akuffo

“I love Berla Mundi hundred percent. She is a big sister to me. She is a colleague; somebody I learn so much from so such a person cannot be my competitor”, she answered a question a fan posed about competition between her and Berla Mundi.

Anita went on to explain that all personalities she looks up to in the media can never be competitions to her.

“We are all unique in our own ways, we are all doing what we love” she concluded.

Anita Akua Akuffo holds a BA in Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. On TV3, she currently co-hosts Covid-19 360 with Berla Mundia; Date Rush with Nii Kpakpo Thompson and Ladies Circle with Chrystal Aryee and Nana Abena Korkor Addo. Before TV3, she worked with GhOne TV.

Anita turns 27 yesterday, June 2nd. We take this opportunity to wish her a belated happy birthday.

Watch the full hangout with Anita below:


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