Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe
Min. Nagbe Nudges Reliable, Transparent Radios
By Stephen N. Sonpon
MONROVIA, February 13 (LINA) – Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe has called on radio personnel to use the platform in a reliable and transparent manner to foster a peaceful political transition through the electoral process in October.
Nagbe said the radio has beaten all other forms of communication in Liberia, adding that more Liberians rely on the radio for their day-to-day information
across the country.
He made the statement Monday at programs making the 6th Anniversary of World Radio Day held at the Ministry of information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism on Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
According to Nagbe, the radio can also assist those who are not literate to know what is unfolding, and urged media personnel to use it in a positive, effective, fair and professional manner to disseminate information.
He indicated that the radio has a unique power that impacts lives and brings people together across every corner of the globe.
“As we celebrate World Radio Day, I will like to call on the listeners, broadcasters, and newsmakers to use this medium for the good of the society,” Nagbe stressed.
World Radio Day was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly.