MFWA Report Koku Anyidoho, NPP top use of indecent language

According to Media Foundation for West Africa, a total of 39 incidents of indecent expressions were recorded on a total of 1,223 radio programmes monitored on 60 radio stations across the country.

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A Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress Koku Anyidoho has been cited in August edition of the language monitoring report.

The report which is released by the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) is for the month of August.

The report showed that Anyidoho was cited for 4 different incidents of indecent expressions followed by the Presidential nominee for the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP) Madam Akua Donkor, Communications Director of the National Democratic Party (NDP) Ernest Owusu Bempah, and two communicators of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Hopeson Adorye and Uncle Ebo.

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Officials of the opposition New Patriotic Party led the use of indecent language by political parties with a total of 16 indecent expressions, the officials of the NDC followed with 7 indecent expressions, the NDP and GFP recorded 3 incidents each, PNC recorded 1.

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Happy FM led the pack of stations that recorded the use of abusive expressions on their platforms with 17 out of the 39 incidents, followed by Neat FM and Tamale-based Radio Justice with 4 incidents each.

According to MFWA, a total of 39 incidents of indecent expressions were recorded on a total of 1,223 radio programmes monitored on 60 radio stations across the country.

Read the full report here AUGUST-LANGUAGE-MONITORING-REPORT.pdf

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