What if Ga Chiefs decide to close down Accra radio stations because they expose them — A Plus slams Manhyia over Oyerepa FM’s closure

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Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A Plus, is a Ghanaian performer and social commentator.

He has joined others in condemning the Kumasi Traditional Council over its decision to ban Oyerepa FM.

According to A Plus, the decision by the Kumasi Traditional Council to turn down a radio station was inappropriate.

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The controversial entertainer issued the following statement on his Facebook handle: “If the Ga traditional council or the Volta regional house of chiefs close down a media house because they have been accused of a crime on their platform, this country will be ungovernable. This is not right.”

His response comes after the Kumasi Traditional Council issued an order to the management of the Oyerepa FM and TV station situated in Kumasi to temporarily suspend operations beginning today, Friday, August 26, 2022.

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In addition, the traditional council is requesting an unreserved apology from the management of the station for the statements made on its platform by Akwasi Addai Odike, the leader and founder of the United Progressive Party.

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An investigative journalist by the name of Manasseh Azure Awuni has also weighed in on the topic, and he has spoken out against the move made by the Kumasi chiefs.

Awuni contends that the council cannot be responsible for shutting down a radio station since it is forbidden by the constitution.

A Plus slams Manhyia over Oyerepa FM’s closure
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