By Our Correspondent
The management of the first private radio station in Cross River State, Hit FM 95.9 have promised that the station will provide alternative voice for Cross Riverians.
Mr. Patrick Ugbe, the CEO of the station said this when he led a delegation from the station on a courtesy visit to the Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly.
Patrick Ugbe thanked the Speaker for his exemplary leadership in the Cross River State House of Assembly, adding that the purpose of the visit was to intimate the Speaker and members of the radio station and its programs.
He said that HIT FM was the first private indigenous broadcast outfit in Cross River State with high quality radio content and signal, stressing that the outfit was poised to educate, inform and entertain the people with a mission to provide alternative voice to Cross Riverians.
Mr. Ugbe, a former Commissioner of Information in the state also informed that the radio station operates 24 hours on 95.9 frequency modulated band.
The Speaker in his remark assured HIT FM of the Assembly’s willingness to forge a strong synergy.
He commended the creativity and ingenuity of the proprietor of the station while charging the radio house to be independent minded in their reportage and assessment of government activities in the state.
He called on them to liaise with the Chairman House Committee on Information and Communication, Hon. Nelson Ofem so as to help inform the constituents on the programs and activities of the Assembly.
Speaking also, the Leader of the Cross River State House of Assembly, Hon. Moses Ucheche commended the management of HIT FM for the initiative, appealing that the radio station be positioned for wider coverage, with quality reception.
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