Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Zoomlion Denies Buying EIB Network’s Live 91.9 FM

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Zoomlion Ghana Limited has debunked rumours making rounds in the media that it has bought Live FM from media conglomerate Excellence In Broadcasting (EIB)

Reports surfaced last week that Zoomlion, the giant in the waste management as well as environmental sanitation business in Ghana and Africa as a whole has acquired the station and will soon launch its own team and programmes soon.

But Zoomlion, in a statement Monday morning to refute the widely spread publication, stated ‘very strongly’, that the allegations contained in the said publications are false.

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The statement added that ”Zoomlion Ghana Limited has not contemplated the acquisition of the FM station. Clearly, the publication is a wicked and calculated attempt to pitch Zoomlion Ghana
Limited against the EIB Network,”.

Read below Zoomlion’s full statement:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ZOOMLION DENIES ACQUISITION OF RADIO STATION

4th May, 2020, Accra: The attention of Management of Zoomlion Ghana Limited has
been drawn to a publication by some online media platforms that Live 91.9 FM, one
of the FM stations belonging to the EIB Network, has allegedly been bought by the
waste management giant, Zoomlion Ghana Limited.

We wish to state, very strongly, that the allegations contained in the said publications
are false.

Zoomlion Ghana Limited has not contemplated the acquisition of the FM station.
Clearly, the publication is a wicked and calculated attempt to pitch Zoomlion Ghana
Limited against the EIB Network.

As a leading waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Limited recognises and
appreciates the important role of the media in its quest to ensure a clean and healthy
Ghana.

Zoomlion Ghana Limited, therefore, wishes to assure Ghanaians that its focus will
continue to be on working assiduously to help the country address its sanitation
problems.

Meanwhile, we have referred the matter to our Legal team for the right cause of
action!

Issued: 4th May, 2020
Communication Directorate

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