The CEO of Suncity Radio, a private FM station in Sunyani, Mr Ransford Antwi has described as good news, the latest report released by the Media Foundation for West Africa which placed Suncity Radio among the list of media outlets in the country that observed high ethical standards.
The Media Foundation for West Africa as part of its resolve to ensure sanity in the media landscape monitored the activities of 40 media outlets across the country within the period of six months.
The report indicated that, ethical violations in the Ghanaian media have reduced by 75%. Suncity Radio was among the nine media houses which record no ethical violations in its operation between May and October 2014; the period under review.
Speaking in an interview with bacelebrity, Mr Ransford Antwi said, the station welcomes and takes pride in the news, and added that, the report by MFWA is a clear demonstration of the station’s high level of professionalism in its work.
He attributed the feat chalked by the station to good leadership, constant supervision by management, hard work, discipline and high journalistic standard on the part the presenters.
According to Mr Antwi, Suncity Radio is committed to using its platform to project the image of the region and touch the lives of the less privileged in the society in line with its vision.
He commended the management and the presenters for their hard work, dedication and commitment towards the realization of the vision and objectives of the station and advised them not to be complacent, but should continue to work hard to ensure that the station remained relevant and competitive.
Mr Antwi thanked the people of Bono-Ahafo particularly its listeners for keeping faith with them and assured them that the station would continue to serve their interest and contribute to the transformation of the region through quality programming.