CAPE COAST, OGUAA IN PERSPECTIVE
The history of Ghana can never be complete without the mentioning of the ancient capital, Cape Coast and her role in colonial activities, leading to independence.
Since time immemorial, various stakeholders in the suburb have tried their best possible to uplift the image of Cape Coast in terms of publicity through advertisement, symposiums and workshops organized occasionally.
The media has also featured in this initiative and has played pertinent roles in promoting the good, the bad and the ugly side of Cape Coast in order to achieve a higher and balanced status of the town.
Over the years, various radio stations in Cape Coast have gathered momentum to organise programs and shows in the light of “Oguaa Mmpontu” without fear or favour, although they at times go beyond their jurisdiction on certain matters which need to have been nib in the bud.
Notable radio stations such as YES FM, Darling FM, ATL FM, Radio Central, Kingdom FM, Cape FM, Live FM and Kastle FM are still doing their best in every angle to witness the glory days of Oguaa. However, we cannot also deny the fact that the current airwave of #ASAASE Radio is bringing a paradigm shift in anticipated development of Cape Coast.
ASAASE FM in Cape Coast, Oguaa is barely four months since their establishment and the draconian sense of change so far is mind-blowing.
You are respectfully entitled to disagree.🙏
This write up is to personally commend them to keep their pace in this light and push much more agenda that would make Oguaa the best out of the rest.
Tourism is Cape Coast,
History is Cape Coast,
Education is Cape Coast,
Culture is Cape Coast,
Change is Cape Coast
#Asaase is waving this beautiful flag of change.
A NEW DAWN IS HERE
A NEW CAPE COAST IS RISING
THROUGH ASAASE RADIO.
This is my personal view and not sponsored by anyone to promote #AsaaseRadio but to share in their pursuit to change the future of Cape Coast, Oguaa in terms of development through their powerful media operations.
I rep Cape Coast ♥️
Source: Cape coast Oguaa on facebook