Tv3 celebrates its 25th anniversary since coming into the media landscape in Ghana.
As Ghana’s number one Tv station according to a popular survey. Tv3 has decided to honour twelve of its stuff with two bedroom houses each.
The kind gesture shown by the media General Head was brought to the public domain by the Tv station’s former Head of Sports, Michael Oti Agyei.
The former boss who has worked with the company for over two decades made this known through his social media handle.
With several Tv stations in the country (Ghana), the Media General stood out tall.
Ghanaians have been enjoying great contents from the station for over two decades now.
With programs like Ghana’s Most Beautiful (GMB), Tv3 Mentor, Ghana’s Strongest, Vodafone Icon just to mention a few.
All these programs brought much excitement to Ghanaians.
A program like GMB, which happens to be a reality show to showcase the rich tradition of Ghana. Is one that has won the heart of many viewers across the length and breath of the country.
The public reacts to the promise and sacrifices made by the station's owner and senior stuff to in a way of showing gratitude to the stuff, have decided to give out this life-time reward to their long-serving stuffs.
The following shows the reactions viewers of the station when the new about the houses being given surfaced.
Source: FB page
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