START UP YOUR DAY WITH AMADI BOMA of Wazobia94.1FM PH
‘Deep inside I believe I was born for this as I can’t imagine my life without the adventure media and broadcasting brings.’ – Boma Amadi
There’s nothing as interesting as starting up your day on the perfect note. With the hustle and bustle associated with this country, all one needs after dressing up and heading out in the morning is listening to the radio to catch up with the best social commentary the morning has to offer from the best voice that keeps us updated with news alongside an intriguing playlist at intervals. If you are in the city of Port Harcourt, one of the best OAPs on the radio that delivers from 5 am – 10 am every weekday morning is Amadi Boma on the ‘Wake Up Show’ on Wazobia94.1FM. Her presentation alongside her co-presenter is top-notch. Her vast experiences accumulated over time from broadcasting in various radio stations make her stand out.
Boma started her media journey first as a red carpet host at weddings and events while still a student. This made way for an internship at Raypower Fm Port Harcourt, later to LoveFM Port Harcourt, then CoolFM Port Harcourt, still as a freelancer all that time but finally landed a full time presenting job at MagicFM Aba. Boma started her on-air journey as an English presenter but she’s currently exploring the waves of pidgin presentation on the distinctive platform and environment of Wazobia94.1Fm Port Harcourt, on the Wake Up Show.
This indigene of Okrika in Rivers State is one of the most versatile OAPs from this divide. She’s spontaneous, interesting and very knowledgeable on all matters in the media industry. She’s a go-getter. Sisi Boma, as she’s popularly called knows her onions and she takes no prisoners when it comes to radio presentation. A graduate of the University of Port Harcourt, she emphasizes in her own words ‘Deep inside I believe I was born for this as I can’t imagine my life without the adventure media and broadcasting brings.’ She will always say ‘life is game of chess, always make a move’.
Words By Sesan Adeniji