3FM Sunrise morning show rewards listeners with gifts this Christmas

Christmas came early for listeners of the Sunrise morning show on 3fm 92.7, with two listeners being rewarded with gifts ranging from healthy packs of drinks, bags, special lunch for two, perfumes and more.

This, according to show hosts Alfred Ocansey and Helen Appiah, is to appreciate listeners of the show for their loyalty and feedback during the year, and to also let others know how the show appreciates the views of it’s listeners.

The programme dubbed “The twelve days of Christmas” started on Thursday December 2 and ends on Thursday December 22, 2021.

Since the beginning of the year, the 3fm sunrise morning show has made considerable impact in the morning radio space by leading campaigns against women being accused of witchcraft in the country, some whom have been killed as a result.

With help from the Sanneh Institute, a public forum was organized with major stakeholders in attendance to discuss ways of addressing the issue permanently. Also, together with some victims of medical negligence, the show hosts, Alfred Ocansey and Helen Appiah Ampofo presented petitions to the Health Minister, Ghana Medical Association and the Ghana Nurses and Midwives Association.

The show has led a number of fund-raising campaigns to help it’s listeners find solution to various personal concerns.

The residents of Weija and McCarthy hills also appreciated the efforts of the Sunrise morning show after constant reportage led to the closure of a cement manufacturing company which was polluting the water in the area.

These are a few notable impact stories for this year by the sunrise team.

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Tune to the sunrise morning show and get all the information, education and loads of entertainment with gifts this December. The show airs from Monday to Friday from 5:55am to 10am with Hosts Alfred Ocansey, Helen Appiah Ampofo and Patrick Stevenson leading conversations on issues of national concern.

By Alfred Ocansey|3news.com|Ghana