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3 Arrested for Beating Up Radio Presenters on Air

28 Jun 2022 · Desire Ochen, the Manager of Hot FM Radio told URN that she was still recording a statement about the incident at the Amolatar Central Police station and would comment later when contacted by our reporter.

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