Caroline Sampson heads to Joy FM; quits YFM

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The radio transfer season is here with us once again; Dzifa Bampoe quit Joy Fm yesterday, Kwame Adinkra is on his way from Abusua FM to Pure Fm, guess who else is leaving??

Yes, news making the rounds has it that Caroline Sampson is on her way out of YFM.

She is heading to Joy FM to co-host the late afternoon show with Lexis Bill and as well, she will be taking charge of Joy FM Saturday entertainment show, Rhythms A-Z.

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