The Ghana Police Service drove by the Asokwa Divisional Police authority Supt. Kaakyire Owoahene Achampong is at any point prepared to prevent radio broadcasts from their crude or puerile approach to settling marriage issues. That's what he noticed, a portion of these radio broadcasts wind up breaking homes.
As indicated by the administrator, the Ghana Police Service will stop this by advancing the expert Alternative Dispute goal system.
The Police authority was troubled about how a few radio broadcasts wind up making a joke about certain couples who comes to their studios for arrangements. That's what he added, a portion of the couples wind up utilizing cruel, annoying, and harmful words at one another on the radio. That extends their hardships farther than bringing arrangements.
This is uplifting news for radio and TV fans who disdain to see a portion of these projects that immaturely uncover couples. Assuming that this is executed, Ante Naa of Oyerepa FM, Akosua Addai Mununkum of Akoma FM, and Maa Efe of Nhyira FM are probably going to drop their shows.
Supt. Kaakyire Owoahene Achampong of Asokwa Municipal Police Command, be quick sir Sanitize the wireless transmissions for us.
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