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REGGAE MUSIC is evidently the strongest medium through which the voice of the masses is widely heard. The genre still remains as the sole axis upon which people revolution spins. It speaks of the masses hard journey through the struggle and their burning thirst for redemption.  To keep masses constantly updated of the conscious multi-faceted role reggae is playing, Fiifi Selah brings to the world “Reggae Embassy”, his radio show that runs on Pluzz 89.9 fm [Ghana] from Monday to Saturday every week.

Reggae Embassy serves as a platform for education, motivational philosophies, lifestyle, talent building, great good causes, commercials and entertainment.
The whole program is charted into 6 segments, one segment a day. A two-hour span per segment, except for the Saturday’s segment which spans four hours --- starting from late dawn to mid morning.

Below is the COMPLETE TABLE of the program.

Monday - Holistic and Health Issues                            [1pm-3pm GMT]
Tuesday - Selector at the Control                                  [1pm-3pm GMT]
Wednesday - Reggae Summit                                       [1pm-3pm GMT]
Thursday - Requests and Shout-outs                             [1pm-3pm GMT]
Friday - Ghana Reggae Roadblock (Buss Di Youth)    [1pm-3pm GMT]
Saturday – Reggae Express                                           [4am-8am GMT]

NB: International listeners, you can tune in to Pluzz 89.9 fm on the internet via pluzz899.com, but, please, note that Ghana is on the Greenwich Meridian Time [GMT], thus, to catch Reggae Embassy, first consider the GMT equivalent of your local time before you tune.

Holistic and Health Issues - this is strictly a welfare-based segment dedicated to life-saving education. It takes care of all the aspects of human health: [mental, physical, spiritual], thus, Fiifi brings on board medical gurus well versed in mental and physical health knowledges to conscientize the public on vital health truths. He also puts on board carefully-picked knowledgeable mystery students and faith school professors to come air out certain very deep esoteric lectures. Always, something far beyond the horizon comes up during this segment.

Selctor at the Control – on this, the Reggae Embassy crew collectively agrees on a specific selector/DJ and invites him/her to the station to come show their DJ’ing skills. Each Tuesday gets a different selector/DJ, but any one selector/Dj’s repeat appearance on the is possible strictly by popular demand. This is when the original Reggae Embassy DJ takes a chill, lending his position to a guest DJ.

Reggae Summit - the name shouldn’t be confused, thinking this program is strictly dedicated to news topics pertaining to reggae music. It takes the name “Reggae Summit”, as the topics are being deliberated upon on a reggae platform, but the topics discussed are of different aspects. On this one, Fiifi builds a panel of higher learned resource persons drawn from various institutions to come enlighten the public on serious current issues, be it socio-economic, political, activism, lifestyle, history, art, entertainment or any other alarming issue. The mission here is multi-faceted, so the topics are diversified.

Requests and Shout-Outs - this is when Fiifi conveniently treats his listenership to a more interactive show, playing their top favourites and giving them an open chance to say their mind and also dedicate songs to their friends, family and celebrities.  

Ghana Reggae Roadblock – also called “Buss Di Youth”, is simply Fiifi’s special kind mission to give exposure to incoming Ghanaian reggae-dancehall artistes, and he uses this segment to do just that by introducing them to the real world ---- playing their songs, broadcasting their brief bio and fairly ends up creating a first generation fan base for them.

Reggae Express -  a less talk more music time when Sabbatical roots reggae rockers are spun. With “Reggae Express”, Fiifi and his crew treat their listenership to one of the weekend’s early music therapy and this happens to be the only period the Embassy serves the reggae world four hours on end.

The Reggae Embassy Crew
The program is run by a four member crew, namely: Fiifi Selah, Nana Dubwise, Double Richie and D Plies.

Fiifi Selah  (Host)
Nana Dubwise  (Producer)
Double Richie (DJ)
D Plies (Blogger)

Reggae Embassy airs from Ghana on the frequency 89.9 as Pluzz fm, but can also be listened to on the internet via pluzz899.com.

Program Tips
English is the main language.
It’s both fun and educative.
It stands for truth, culture, morals, liberation, mass awareness, and folk art.

Listener Care Lines
Listeners can join in with their views via Pluzz fm’s universal WhatsApp line, +233 505 572 786 and/or via the station’s facebook account, Pluzz 899 fm .

NB:  Pluzz fm has other programs and each program has a unique direction, therefore, a listener’s text view sent on WhatsApp or facebook will only be read out if it pertains to the topic of the on-going program. Once the program hosts strictly treat views with relevance, listeners are advised to only send in their views during the time frame of their intended program. They are further advised to duly study the station’s programs time table by visiting pluzz899.com. Listeners’ views are also to be kept descent.
PUBLICITY CREDIT: Regula Rebel, CEO, 13play.net

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