Newly Launched International Commission for Good Governance (ICGG) awards Sources radio for......
Nana Sarkodie Ababio, the owner and the renowned D.J. of Sources radio UK, FM 96.30 has been presented with an award by the International Commission for Good Governance (ICGG). ICGG was recently launched in Birmingham, UK. It is headed by Apostle George Odum and supported by Mr Parkington, a resident of the US and other prominent signatories.
They chose Sources radio for doing a good job and for being the best Ghanaian radio in Diaspora. Their criteria for nominating and selecting Sources radio UK are the abundant unrestricted time Nana Sarkodie Ababio allows to his panellists, radio phone-in callers to express their views, his abreast with issues in Ghana, the well researched and informed questions he puts to his panellists and his motive of ensuring the prevalence of peace among Ghanaians in Diaspora and in Ghana. He tries as much as he can to educate and inform his worldwide listeners on current issues in Ghana that directly or indirectly affect every Ghanaian.
I congratulate Nana Sarkodie Ababio, an origin of Askra- Wonoo in the Ashanti Region now resident in London, on the occasion of winning such a prestigious award. I pray all other Ghanaian radios in Diaspora emulate the shining works of Nana Sarkodie Ababio alias D.J Sources.
D.J. Sources will be present at the Ghanaian Young Patriots demonstration scheduled for Friday, 29th June 2012 at Archway tube station, London, at 09:00 to give it a live coverage.
I will admonish all readers to listen to D.J. Sources on Sources radio UK FM 96.30 or on modernghanaoline.
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