By CrossRiverWatch Admin
The production crew of “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” a news and current affairs program on Hit 95.9fm Calabar has apologized to members of the public for its inability to air the 21st edition last Sunday 20th, November 2016.
This was contained in a release signed by the Producer of the program, Mr. Charles Kalu and made available to our newsroom.
According to the Producer, “We were unable to air the 21st edition because of technical issues. Though we had gone on air for 15 minutes before the weather became so bad and we couldn’t transmit”.
The statement added that, “As a result of not fully transmitting the edition, we as a team committed to continue the Cross River conversation have decided that we will carry forward the edition to next Sunday being 27th day of November, 2016”.
The topic is: Improving Rice Production in Cross River State: Is CBN Anchor Borrowers Program Achieving its Objectives?
To discuss this are the Special Adviser to Governor Ayade and Coordinator of the CBN Anchor Borrowers Program in Cross River State, Godwin Akwaji and Chairman, Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria, Cross River State Chapter, Fidel Egoro.
Join the discussion on Hit 95.9 fm Sunday 27th November, 2016 at 6pm to 7pm.
Call the following numbers to make your contributions and ask questions 070095944836, 08092444955.
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