Aug 11, 2014, 10:15 AM
The radio station covers the entire nation and beyond with interesting and wider range of programmes including health, current affairs, sports, news, entertainment and religious affairs.
It also attracts listeners across the corners of the country and beyond.
The radio station’s latest development would give listeners in the Diaspora the opportunity to listen to the station’s programmes on internet and enable them to also contribute to the programmes while they are in the Diaspora.
The management and staff of the radio station are “really delighted” about the latest development of the station, saying it would give opportunity to people abroad to monitor programmes on the internet.
It would be recalled that Gunjur radio Jannehkoto FM was established in 2008 by Seedy Ali Janneh, an imam of Guttenberg Mosque in Sweden, meant to educate, inform and entertain.