- All radio stations breaking the rules of broadcasting in Ghana will be punished
- Communications minister, Ursula Owusu says the move is aimed at streamlining the media
Over 100 media houses that violate the statutes of Ghana’s frequency regulation are expected to be severely sanctioned.
This was made known by the minister for communications, Ursula Owusu who believes the move is part of efforts to streamline the media landscape.
“Sanctions will be applied to those who flouted the license condition, they are over a hundred and sanctions range from suspension to revocation of the authorization and some would have fines imposed upon them,” she said.
Meanwhile, the communications ministry has inaugurated a 9-member governing board for the National Communications Authority. Top on the list of the appointees is top presenter of Metro TV, Paul Adom Otchere.
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