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Ex BBC Staff Heads New Radio Station in Kano

by Isiyaku Ahmed

Isiyaku Ahmed

Dr. Maude Rabi’u Gwadabe has been appointed as General Manager of Nasara Radio station in Kano.

The new station has been granted approval by the National Broadcasting Corporation to start test transmission this week at the frequency modulation band 98.5 FM.

Sanusi Bature Dawakin Tofa, the station’s project coordinator and secretary of the technical implementation committee, in a statement said Nasara Radio is designed to promote, protect and protect a responsible society through innovative programs and news content with high value of objectivity, fairness and timeliness.

He enjoyed all other Radio stations in Kano to maintain a healthy competition and strict adherence to the professional code of ethics in broadcast industry.

“It is a sigh of relief to have a strong team of professionals in managing the station, Dr. Maude is extremely resourceful for a 21st century media platform like Nasara Radio 98.5 FM, so, I congratulate him for this appointment on behalf of the proprietor and the Technical Implementation Committee”.

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