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Wake up to relevant and pertinent issues affecting Ghana and the world. The Citi Breakfast Show sets the agenda for the day by scanning the social, economic and political terrain to present real issues at the doorstep of the ordinary Ghanaian. Mixed with nostalgic music, exciting giveaways and promotions The Citi Breakfast Show, hosted by Bernard Koku Avle is a highly interactive, award winning radio show which airs every weekday from 6.20am till 10am.
The most compelling Mid- Morning Radio program in Ghana which offers a smooth blend of music targeted at Ghana's workforce. Brunch in the Citi is characterised by sing-along songs, motivation, lifestyle tips, entertainment news and regular quips from hostess, Jessica Opare - Saforo. The show is live every weekday from 10am - 12pm.
An upbeat Radio Show hosted by a dynamic man. Nii
Kpakpo Thompson will keep you entertained every weekday afternoon until the sun begins to set. From a wide variety of music to an array of interesting discussions, CITI DRIVE redefines late afternoon radio. Ghana's mood is switched into the right gear from 2pm till 5.30pm.
Eyewitness News airs between 5.30pm and 7pm every week day, taking leadership in capturing the day's news events prompting the attention of policy makers and businesses. It is anchored by Shamima Muslim, an insightful interviewer who probes the news makers to lay bare the real issues. Eyewitness News also brings you the latest updates in business and sports. It remains interactive with listener comments and text messages.
This is a radio show in a league of its own. It features professional women from different spheres of life as they share their unique opinions on issues affecting the Ghanaian woman. The sister � sister talk show which airs on Thursday nights at 7pm, has a bias for relationship issues which are presented in fun and 'easy-to-relate-to' ways. Hostess, Jessica Opare � Saforo's witty personality is brought to bare as listeners listen with rapt attention.