The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) has commended the management of A1 Radio for the Station’s contribution to building a peaceful Ghana before and after the Supreme Court’s Verdict on the Election 2012 petition case.
In the MFWA’s latest Language Monitoring report, it specifically singled out A1 Radio for praise due to the role the station played in advocating for peace especially in the two week preceding the week of the Election petition verdict.
In page 4 of the MFWA’s latest report, the foundation said: “…it is however worth mentioning in the case of Bolga-based Radio A1, the station officials (station manager, head of programs and sports presenter) took turns on their station to appeal to Ghanaians, especially youth, to exercise restraint and accept whichever verdict was given at the end of the day. The MFWA commends the management of the station for directly contributing to the peace cause.”
Manager of A1 Radio, Justine Kolog says management is humbled by the MFWA’s recognition, adding that the station hopes to do more of such campaigns in the near future. Mr. Kolog expressed gratitude to all who supported the “A1 Radio Campaign for Peace after the Supreme Court Verdict”.
By: Albert Sore | A1radioonline.com | Ghana