Popular Radio station based in Asante Akim Agogo, Salt 95.9FM has been razed down by fire, www.mediafillasgh.com can confirm.
The station which is located on the first floor of the Asante Akim Rural Bank went up in flames in the afternoon of Thursday, July 7, 2020.
It is unclear what triggered the fire outbreak at the radio station.
According to Kumikasa.com, images show almost everything single item, especially electronics totally burnt.
All staff were evacuated and there is currently no report of casualty.
Salt 95.9 FM was launched in January 2020 in Agogo, an occasion which was graced by popular Ghanaian celebrities like Bola Ray, Abeiku Santana, Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win, Songo, the late Nana Adjei Sikapa etc.
The station is owned by Ghanaian businessman based in the United Kingdom, Ohene Kwame Frimpong.
The CEO recently came to the news after suing Rev Obofour over GH¢190,000 debt.
We at the mediafillasgh.com wishes the CEO of the station as well as the entire family of the Salt Media Group all the best in these trying times.
It is our hope to see Salt FM bounces back in no time.
An official statement has since been released by management of the station:
The founder and CEO of Salt Media Ghana Limited and the entire Salt FM Family regret to announce an unfortunate fire that has occurred at Salt FM, based in Agogo.
The burning of the Salt FM studio has come as a terrible shock to the station’s management and employees. Though the incident is currently under investigation, what can be confirmed is that no life was harmed.
The management wishes to express gratitude to all well wishers. We humbly ask all our loyal listeners and followers to expect a thorough investigation that we can assure will result in our successful return to operations.
ABOUT SALT MEDIA GHANA LIMTED
Salt Media Ghana Limited are the operators of Salt 95.9 fm and Salt TV. The Ghana owned entity is headquartered in Asante Akyem Agogo. Salt Media is designed to provide content to reach the Ghanaian Communities across the African continent and abroad.
Source : Evans Ofori /www.mediafillasgh.com