Media Conglomerate, Multimedia Group has reportedly laid off about 100 of its workers.

Multimedia Group
Multimedia Group

A report by Yen.com.gh states that deep-throat sources revealed that the company took the decision to lay off the workers due to financial constraints.

Earlier on, award winning presenter and host Naa Ashorkor took to her instagram page to reveal that her contract with her employers was terminated.

The COVID-19 pandemic has also worsened the woes of the outfit, prompting this swift decision by the management.

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Another big name said to have lost his job is Sammy Duodu, News editor of Adom Fm.

The Multimedia Group is the largest independent commercial media and entertainment company in Ghana. Founded in 1995 by a Ghanaian entrepreneur, Mr. Kwasi Twum, the company has grown from humble beginnings with 12 employees to directly employing some 700 people across its 6 radio brands, 3 online assets and Ghana’s first free multi channel television brand in over 25 years of operation.

The Multimedia Group has been a major spur for the growth in the advertising, creative arts and entertainment industries, particularly the gospel music industry.

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Some of the brands of the Multimedia Group include Adom FM, Asempa FM, Joy FM, Luv FM, Hitz FM, and Nhyira (Blessing) FM.