Ghana’s biggest youth brand, Live 91.9 FM has inked a partnership deal with the Private Universities Students Association of Ghana (PUSAG) for the upcoming edition of health Walk, Live Detox.
The Ring Road-based radio station will collaborate with the umbrella body for private tertiary institutions in Ghana on the fourth edition of the fitness initiative set to be held in the coming weeks.
“This strategic partnership with EIB Network marks a new paradigm in the history of PUSAG. I’m very much excited that PUSAG is going to be part of this Year’s Live FM Detox event,” expressed Charles Opoku, National President of PUSAG.
“It presents us the opportunity to revive our base and more importantly get our students to exercise for improved health whiles advocating for equity in government educational policies like Scholarships.”
D. Ampomah Oppong, Sales Manager of Live FM added: “In line with our vision statement which is to positively impact the youth, we find this a worthy venture. This will also assure a firm and strengthened relationship between Live FM and student bodies across Ghana.”
The student body organizes PUSAG Games – the annual sporting event that brings together teams from private universities in Ghana to compete in various sporting activities including basketball, volleyball, table tennis and field games.
A successful story that started in May 2015, LIVE FM has grown to become Ghana’s best testament of what youthful exuberance when restricted in creativity can do, and the nation’s most exciting youth brand with a large following.
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