In an Instagram post on Saturday, Nana Yaa Brefo announced her resignation from Adom TV after 10 years with the Multimedia Group-owned TV station.
According to Bonohene, he is one of the many journalists who were discovered by the Nana Yaa Brefo.
Recounting how he met Nana Yaa Brefo in the Brong Ahafo Region where he worked as an anchor with Yankee FM, Bonohene said Nana Yaa literally held his hand and brought him to Accra when she saw he had potential.
“Thanks to Nana Yaa, a young man working in a village has seen his dream come through to become an RTP winner and won several other awards.”
“I know she has paid her dues to the industry and if she has decided to bow out to venture into other fields, all I can do is to congratulate her” – the astute newsreader said.
Bonohene joins a tall list of media personalities who have spoken about Nana Yaa Brefo’s exit from multimedia including former colleague Kofi Adoma who has described her as devoted and hardworking.