Popular TV presenter, Adora Oleh of The Adora Oleh Show” and “MTN Project Fame West Africa" has made her début on America's TV FOX News as an entertainment correspondent.
The television beauty was accompanied by the cast and crew of FOX and friends first as she shared “what’s hot” and “what’s not” in the world of entertainment.
When asked about her experience, Adora said, “it was an amazing experience and a great opportunity for me, everyone was so friendly and made me feel at home.”
She added, “I got to meet a lot of inspirational people and this is definitely one of the highlights of my American trip. I really enjoyed it.”
Adora Oleh and Chiad TV Productions Ltd are currently in America working on various projects and preparing for The Adora Oleh Show.
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