Voice of Truth Radio Gets 250 Watts Transmitter
By George K. Momo ( 0880303757-0777758095 / gmomo@selnanews.com )

Pleebo, Maryland County- The Voice of Truth, a community based radio station in Pleebo City over the weekend received a 250 watts transmitter.

The 250 watts American built transmitter was donated by Mr. Eric Giko, a Marylander residing in the United States.
According to Mr. Eric Giko, his gesture was a way of upgrading the station’s capacity by extending its coverage in the county.

Mr. Giko added that he has been encouraged to do more for the station based on the handling of prior donations by the station's management.

Mr. Giko told SELNA Times in Pleebo that in the past he provided a 20 watts FM transmitter which the Voice of Truth is using presently for broadcasting purposes.

The former representative aspirant of Pleebo Sodoken District said, the donation has no political will and that people should not see his gesture as being political.

“I am not a political material in the upcoming election, but will let my people know if a decision is reached to venture into politics h”.  He stressed.

Meanwhile, Mr. Giko has promised during his next visit to Liberia to provide 250 watts transmitter to the Board of Radio Harper to get the station back on the air.

Mr. Giko is however calling on the management of the station to use the transmitter for its intended purpose and calls on the community dwellers, and county authority to provide financial support for community radio stations in the county.
Receiving the transmitter, the station's manager Mr. Dioh Wah lauded Mr. Giko for the donation and promised that the transmitter will be used for its intended purpose.

Mr. Wah is however calling on well-meaning Marylanders to follow the good example of Mr. Giko.

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