Agnes Ntow

YFM, Ghana’s number One music station, has heard the calls of its loyal listeners to bring back the classic YFM show, Room Service.

This decision, according to Management of the station is part of YFM’s 10th Anniversary plans to give listeners the chance to bring back one classic YFM show. After a one week poll on the Station’s website, Room Service came tops.

Room Service is a radio program that offers young adults the avenue to share relationship issues with other listeners and seek their advice and support on diverse relationship challenges. The show was said to be one of the hottest relationship shows in Ghana back in the day.

Room Service, which will air on YFM every Monday to Thursday at 10pm to 12am, starting today February 15, 2018, will be hosted by radio talk show gem Agnes Ntow.

Agnes joined YFM in 2013 and is the host for the Big Weekend Breakfast Show as well as Boombox on Saturdays. She also hosted Room Service before the programming changes and promises that the show is back with a bang.

Speaking on the return of Room Service, Eddy Blay Jnr, Programmes Manager of Y107.9 FM said “ We at YFM are excited that Room Service is back and this time, it is going to be even bigger and better than before. The show will serve as a platform to solve, address and promote healthy and good relationships among young adults.”

He urged listeners to tune in to YFM every Monday to Thursday at 10pm to 12am and enjoy quality relationship talk.


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