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A/R: Ejura gets new radio station

The chief of Ejura Divisional Council in the Ashanti Region, Barimah Osei Hwedie II has commissioned Akyama Radio, a new radio station at Ejura in a beautiful ceremony.

The radio station, Akyama 106.5 megahitz which seeks to transform the airwaves with unbiased cultural, religious, educational and creative programmes was launched on Wednesday May 1, 2024.

Akyama 106.5 Mgh with the tagline “Ammamere Fie” which literally means, home of tradition, is a purely Twi speaking station

Ejurahene’s reason for opening the station

Speaking at the colorful event, Barimah Osei Hwedie II said the establishment of Akyama FM was part his efforts to beef up developments in Ejura

He noted that, the firm will focus on developing educational and cultural contents that seeks to make Ejura a more comfortable place for all.

He expressed hope that the station would impact positively the values of society and human life.

He however urged board members and workers at the station to discharge their duty with integrity and honesty.

Assurance of Board of Directors

The Chairperson for the seven member board tasked to steer the affairs of the station, Nana Osei Kwadwo Ansebie II who doubles as the Nifahene for Ejura, pledged that, the station would be objective and provide fair balanced and accurate news geared towards solving problems in the society

He added that, the board will work and position the Akyama brand to be one of the best and most appealing in the region.

NCA’s certification

The Ashanti Regional Manager for the National Communications Authority NCA, Diana Owusu Ansah who joined the occasion told OTEC News Reporter Jacob Agyenim Boateng that, handlers of Akyama FM passed through all the necessary documentations before officially opening the firm

She added that, the NCA has inspected the stations infrastructure and has thus given them the green light to operate.

The NCA Manager however charged staff of the radio station to be mindful of the information they broadcast in order not to create tension and bring confusion in the area.

He underscored the importance of such a platform in the area and how much it can be an important tool for development.

Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/Jacob Agyenim Boateng

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