The Ministry of information, Ghana has on today 15th of April 2021 released a letter to the general public on their social media Facebook page announcing that, the ministry of information will however, tomorrow Friday 16th of April 2021 hold a consultative meeting stakeholders on broadcasting in Ghana at 11:00 am.
According to the Ministry of information, the rational behind the meeting is to deliberate on how media regulators can act within the legal framework to contain inappropriate media content in the country.
Also, they are also to deliberate on the draft broadcasting billing.
The letter, indicated that there will be live telecast of the meeting on Ghana television and other private media platforms across the country. The meeting will also streamed live on all Ministry of information social media handles.
This comes as a results of frequent broadcasting of some malams and other individuals by some media stations who they claims to charm money or perform other miracles to get money for people's. This however, by some Ghanaians views is wrong and is not in accordance to custom.
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