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Thunder and lightning strike forces Citi 97.3 FM to suspend broadcasting

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Citinewroom.com has announced that that broadcasting by Citi 97.3 FM has been temporarily suspended due to thunder and lightning strike which affected their power system.

Precautionary power disconnection had to be undertaken by the station’s technicians for safety. Today’s edition of the Citi Breakfast Show was disrupted as a result.

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According to the station, it is sorry “for any inconvenience” and appreciate the patience of listeners.

Also, the station has expressed gratitude to the Ghana National Fire Service, Ghana Police Service, and the National Ambulance Service for their swift response

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“Our dedicated team is diligently resolving the electrical and technical issues to restore broadcasting promptly,” it noted.


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