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Original 91.9FM launches National Interest campaign

Original 91.9FM has begun a campaign against all forms of indiscipline in the country.

The campaign dubbed National Interest aimed at getting rid of the Indiscipline in all its forms.

National Interest wages war against activities of Ghanaians impeding the progress of the nation and slowing development in all the sectors.

Generally, the campaign will put authorities on their toes to ensure that the right thing is being done.

“The National Interest of you and I. In my interest in everybody’s interest,” Kwaku Owusu Adjei said during the launch on Monday, March 29, adding “the government has no brother. It seems like the ancient times we cheat the government and assume we’ve cheated the whites we still work with such a mentality. And, we’re collapsing government businesses.”

The maiden edition of the campaign on today’s Adwenekasa show focused on checking lateness at the various ministries.

It unearthed the unpunctuality at the various ministries in the country as workers had not arrived at 8 am.

Original 91.9 Journalists who disguised themselves under the pretense of ordinary Ghanaians wanting to do business with the ministries were greeted with great surprise.

They visited ministries including Education, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Finance, and the Ministry for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs. They were told to visit other branches of the ministry or return to the office later on in the day.

The COVID-19 pandemic which has caused a global scourge was blamed for the unpunctuality stating workers have been asked to work from home.

In some instances, workers present explained that due to the government’s curb the spread of the virus unlike ordinary times staff are regulated on a shift basis.

National Interest on Adwenekasa will air on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.


By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Originalfmonline.com | Ghana

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