Agogo residents protest over closure of Salt FM by NCA

Agogo, located in the Asante Akyem North District of the Ashanti region, is experiencing a tense atmosphere following the abrupt closure of Salt FM. On Tuesday, February 6, a team from the National Communications Authority (NCA) arrived at the station with the apparent intention of shutting it down due to the expiration of its authorization license.

The officers surrounded the radio station’s premises, insisting on a complete shutdown. This action sparked anger among some Agogo residents, leading to a demonstration against the closure.

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Prior to a scheduled health walk on Sunday, security officers intervened, citing a breach of the Public Order Act by the organizers for failing to notify the police about the public gathering and the planned procession through the streets.

The closure of the radio station has added to the speculative discussions in Agogo as part of attempts to stop Mr Frimpong from contesting as an independent candidate in the upcoming general elections.

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Management of the Station is yet to officially communicate to the public.

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