Asempa Fm Ekosiisen
Discussion on public transport and current situation of some Kayoyo girls who spent night on the street with Omanhene Kwaku Asante.
A socio-economic political talk show that discusses the major political, social and economic issues in Ghana
Interview with Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah (Information Minister) on the official Statements received from the first and second ladies of Ghana.
Discussion on structures on the Tema motorway causing accident followed by An attendant at the Tema Motorway tollbooth is feared dead with others injured after a tipper truck crashed into it.
Discussion on rotten chicken imported into Ghana with Omanhene Kwaku Asante followed by The President of the Republic, Akufo-Addo, has commissioned the Four Tier Pokuase Interchange.
Interview with John Abdulai Jinapor (MP for YAPEI KUSAWGU Constituency, Savanna Region) discussing the 28million car loan for 275 MPs
Discussing the vetting of MMDCE's followed by the ministerial committee sitting on Ejura protest
Discussion on first ten(10) performing MPs and their achievement in their various constituencies followed by The National Democratic Congress (NDC) petition at the Jubilee House as hundreds of supporters joined in a protest on Tuesday.
Kwetey Nartey exposes unapproved routes that leads to Ghana despite all land borders being officially closed.
The Vice President, Dr Mahamdu Bawumia, Chief Imam and others visit Ejura in the Ashanti Region over the death of a social media activist and two protesters in the area.
A Kumasi High Court has slapped government with a $15.3 million judgment debt for the unlawful seizure of excavators.
One-on-one with Henry Quartey, Greater Accra Regional Minister
$170m judgement debt brouhaha: Boakye Agyarko details processes leading up to cancellation of GPGC contract, insisting that he only implemented a cabinet decision.
Discussing on Kotoko's defeat to Hearts of oaks -Ghana premiere league
GPGC judgement debt brouhaha: A-G Dame reveals the company using the address of a former deputy AG
GPGC judgement debt brouhaha: CID came to my house with AK47 but no fears because there's nothing wrong - John Jinapor reveals
About 55 per cent of children in the country foresee a bleak future and are planning to leave the country by 2040, says a study published by Child Rights International.
Rented Aircraft brouhaha: Akufo Addo wanted luxury over security and the taxpayer - Okudzeto Ablakwa argues
KTU students build traffic light with cameras to boost security; tackle campus crime