Adakabre, Ekuorba and Co. Invade Sunyani.

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It is not only government machinery that would be migrating to the Sun City this weekend as the National Democratic Congress (NDC) host their national delegates congress, but also most of the major radio stations in the nation’s capital starting from Tuesday July 5, would be broadcasting their flagship morning programmes live from Sunyani, the capital of the Brong-Ahafo Region.

Whilst GAME and FONKAR are briskly rounding up their campaigns and making sure they rake in as much of delegates’ votes as possible to ensure either President Mills or Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings wins the nod to lead the NDC in the December 2012 elections, stations like Adom FM, Hot FM, Joy FM, Radio Gold and co are busily rolling out their agenda to ensure that they relay the action live to their numerous listeners across the world.

Already, their affiliate stations in Sunyani are bragging about the fact that they are going to host ‘Adom Dwaso Nsem’, ‘Hot Maakye’, etc in their studios between tomorrow Tuesday and Friday. Listeners on their part have started sending out welcome messages to their favourite presenters whom they believe are already in town.

Some radio presenters in the Sun City have also seriously revised their styles  and upped their skills all in a bid to catch the attention of the teaming crowd who would be thronging the regional capital in the course of the week.

For the next five days, Celebrated Radio and TV Personalities would be crisscrossing the entire Sunyani municipality and it would be a good opportunity for radio stations in Sunyani to collaborate effectively in order to acquire the latest production and broadcasting know-how so as to enhance their techniques for the benefit of their listeners.

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