Use radio to pursue community development
Mr Paul Adu-Gyamfi, Chairman of the National Media Commission (NMC), has
stressed that radio must be used as a tool for community mobilization and
Addressing a durbar to mark the 10th anniversary celebration of Radio
Peace in Winneba, Mr Adu-Gyamfi commended the station for its excellent
performance over the years.
He said Radio Peace broadcasts 80 percent of its programmes in Mfantse,
Awutu and Effutu and the remaining 20 percent in English, which makes it
to have a sense of belonging.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Winneba, traditionally known as Simpa, is an historic fishing town in
Ghana, lying on the south coast, 35 miles west of Accra and 90 miles
east of Cape Coast. The population was recorded as 40,017 in a census
in 2000. Its inhabitants are known as Simpafo or Effutufo. It is the
capital of the Awutu/Effutu/
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