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FB_IMG_14654071326922240Pink FM has taken a major step that will lead to the station’s widening up of its listenership base by rolling back its entertainment talk show program.

The program dubbed 2DEGREES which was aired Saturdays between 7 and 9pm bounced back on the airwaves with its regular host Kwame Okyere Junior, KOJ who has made name for himself in the entertainment and showbiz circle for his unique style of presentation and naturally romantic voice and critical analysis of issues and exclusive educative interviews on Monday.

The fully packed show will be aired on Mondays between 2 and 3pm with interesting segments like a fascinating paper and online review of entertainment stories, exclusive interviews, panel discussion and a phones-In segment for listener’s interaction.

KOJ, speaking to this reporter, expressed his joy and gratitude to Pink FM’s management for this major bounce-back.

“I am very grateful to the management and everyone. I am ready, I’ve already laced my boots and like we were doing before we are possibly continuing the good work. I believe in the solid production team behind me” He said.

The management of Pink FM which transmits on the modulation 96.9 from Kasoa in the Central Region across the Greater Accra, Eastern and parts of Western and Volta Region rolled the 2DEGREES entertainment talk show back to the airwaves and scheduled it for Mondays after a careful study and a restructure in the station’s on-air content.

Kwame Okyere Junior who also doubles as the station’s morning show host on Fridays and a producer of the Morning show Omanbapa Kasa, introducing the show on Monday, stated his commitment and also announced his target as the Ghanaian youth who has special interests in the Show business.

“My major target now, is the youth..they need to be taught how to fish, they’re the future of the Ghanaian show-business and so they are now my main focus…my show is their home and the broadminded panel have also expressed interest in this focus..Everything is set” The darling of the airwaves said.