Just In: Massive Jubilation As Wontumi TV Marks The 3rd Anniversary Of Mmra Ne Abrabo Mu Nsem Programme
Popular TV host Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has launched the 3rd anniversary of Mmra ne Abrabo Mu Nsem on Wontumi TV in a colourful style. The programme which has come to stay in the heart of Ghanaians is an an educative programme that enlightens the public on free legal matters as well as trending issues in the country.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, a law lecturer, legal practitioner and TV host began with this programme on 20th August 2020, during the Covid period and it has become useful to both the rich and poor, vulnerable groups, companies, religious organizations, both private and public sectors in diverse ways.
For every programme to be successful , sponsorship becomes key and tantamount, but since Lawyer Ampaw kickstarted the programme, sponsorship has become an obstacle despite the good works. Chairman Wontumi only provides two hours airtime but the rest of the financial issues happens lies on his shoulders alone.
Ever since the programme came into existence , politicians who are working tirelessly without any scandals have gotten much praises. Both the NDC have benefitted from the programme as well.
When Ghana Web Reporter and Blogger Afriyie Kwaku Boachie interviewed Lawyer Maurice Ampaw on the successes and failures of this programme over the three years period, Lawyer Ampaw gladly admitted that his legal programme has been a bless to the poor and the ordinary Ghanaians. They have understood legal issues and know their rights.
Again, he has been able to extend the legal programme to Sunyani, a church called Elim City near the VIP station. He went to preach law and how the church can live up to the expectation through law. He partnered with Dr Acheamfour Baah of Baah Herbal Hospital as they also succeeded in doing free health screening for the people.
Furthermore, Most vulnerables have got their case won through Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, who normally come to the rescue of such people and relieve them out of unnecessary exploit by some rich men who take undue advantage of the poor to abuse them in so many ways.
On the failures and challenges encountered so far, Lawyer Ampaw touched on the difficulties he faces in mobilizing resources for this programme. Every week, he has to come to Kumasi from Accra with a flight. The New Patriotic Party that he has been preaching their good news has woefully failed to acknowledge him and have not sponsored the programme.
Television stations like Onua and many others have been receiving help and sponsorship other than the Mmra Ne Abrabo Mu Nsem which has become the nations favourite legal programme. Due to this issue, Lawyer Ampaw is calling on all the NPP as well as the other political parties, private individuals to sponsor this programme, to enable it grow steadily.
He is planning this time around to bring the legal outreach programmes to the door steps of Ghanaians to enable them aware of their rights and how to stand up against any form of abuse. Since legal consultation is expensive, those people who cannot afford will be able to get access to free legal aid to become pocket lawyers.