Caroline Sampson’s contract terminated by YFM

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YFM has terminated the contract of radio and TV personality, Caroline Sampson.

It is unknown why her contract was terminated but Caroline Sampson announced that the dismissal takes immediate effect.

In a tweet, she expressed gratitude to the YFM family with whom she has been working for about a decade.

“Guys, Yfm has been my home for close to a decade now and we’ve had a successful working relationship. Effective immediately, my contract with Yfm has ended and I’m no longer their employee. Thank You to Yfm and everyone that has supported my career over the years. Shalom,” she tweeted.

Despite initially not stating that her contract was terminated, Caroline Sampson provided clarity in a response to a reply to her tweet.

She told a fan on Twitter who asked if she was going into private business, “contract was terminated so need to get it together first”

Joy FM former employee, Naa Ashorkor also posted on Facebook, earlier this week, that the Multimedia Group had terminated her employment.

There were widespread reports that many others had been axed from the same media house.

It is unclear, however, if the actions of the media organisations are aimed at downsizing due to the impact of Coronavirus.


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