The facts you should know about EIB Network’s screen goddess, Lily Mohammed

People & Places Lily Mohammed, Ghanaian broadcast journalist
Lily Mohammed, Ghanaian broadcast journalist

Over the years, the Ghanaian media space has produced scores of female broadcasters who have significantly carried out the profession’s goal of informing, educating and entertaining the public.

The long list includes, Gifty Anti, Portia Gabor, Jessica Saforo, Anita Erskine, Nana Aba Anamoah, Berla Mundi, Serwaa Amihere and a throng of others.

In this article, ModernGhana News places its radar on one of Ghana’s most passionate female broadcasters, Lily Mohammed, who is currently an employee of the EIB Network.


Born on the 14th of June in Takoradi, the Western Region of Ghana, Lily Mohammed embodies a unique blend of cultural heritage, with roots spanning from both northern and southern regions.

As the eldest of five siblings, she learned the values of leadership, responsibility, and perseverance from an early age.

Lily's educational journey began at Fijai Senior High School in Sekondi, where she studied visual arts and proudly served as the Quaye house prefect, laying the foundation for her passion for creative expression and storytelling.

After obtaining her Diploma in Journalism at the Creativeland School of Film and Media Arts, Lily pursued a Bachelor's degree in Communication at Africa University College of Communication (AUCC) in Accra-Ghana , followed by her current pursuit of a Master's degree in Governance at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).

These academic endeavors have equipped her with a comprehensive understanding of communication principles and governance dynamics.

Lily's professional journey spans over a decade, starting as a reporter with Metro TV Ghana. Over the years, she honed her skills and rose through the ranks to become a senior news anchor, producer, and host of various programs, including the popular magazine show, MORNING RIDE.

In 2019, Lily embraced a new challenge at Class Media Group, discovering her passion for radio as the host of Class FM's PRIME-TIME news and current affairs show, 5o5.

Seeking broader horizons and a larger audience, she joined the EIB Network in 2020, where she currently anchors PRIME-TIME news on both TV and radio.

Additionally, Lily co-hosts the award-winning news analysis program, STARR TODAY, and the breakfast show, GHTODAY, while also spearheading the lifestyle magazine show, LIFESTALES after moving from being a co-host of an all-female lifestyle show, TOAST


Beyond her professional pursuits, Lily is deeply committed to giving back to society.

She founded a foundation focused on addressing the challenges faced by young women and girls, particularly those from Northern Ghana.

Notably, her foundation organized a conference in 2019 to discuss and address the plight of female head porters, demonstrating her dedication to effecting positive change in the community.

Furthermore, Lily co-founded Beauty CodeGh, a beauty spa aimed at promoting self-care and empowerment.

Lily's dedication and contributions to the field have been recognized through numerous awards, including FOKLEX TV Newscaster of the Year (2021, 2022), Female TV Host of the Year at the National Outspoken Awards (2021), Female Newscaster of the Year at the Ghana Media Personality Awards (2021), and Impactful Woman of the Year at the 6th Impactful Women Awards (2023).

Driven by her passion for communication, advocacy, and community engagement, Lily continues to strive for excellence in both her professional endeavours and philanthropic initiatives, seeking to make a meaningful impact on the lives of others.

Isaac Donkor Distinguished
Isaac Donkor Distinguished

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