UTV organizes pillow fights on live TV
UTV, a Ghanaian television station, has come under fire from some viewers for their recent decision to organize a pillow fight on one of their live programs.
The move was seen by some as a desperate attempt to retain viewership following the departure of popular actress Nana Ama McBrown from the station.
Nana Ama McBrown, who was one of the highest-paid presenters at UTV, left the station to join Onua TV, a rival network.
Her departure was not well received by some workers of UTV and the Despite media group, who reportedly attacked her on several occasions.
This has led some to speculate that the departure of Nana Ama McBrown has resulted in a drop in viewership for UTV.
In an effort to keep their viewers entertained, UTV organized a pillow fight during one of their live programs.
However, this move was met with disappointment by some netizens, who believed that the station had lowered its standards and was resorting to cheap gimmicks to retain viewers.
One netizen wrote: “As Nana Ama left now the show and the UTV turn beans and hopeless.”
Others questioned the decision to organize a pillow fight on a live program, with some describing it as “ridiculous” and “unprofessional.”
While UTV has yet to respond to the criticism, the incident has sparked a debate about the quality of programming on Ghanaian television.
Some believe that stations like UTV need to do more to provide high-quality, informative content that will keep viewers engaged and informed.
In conclusion, the decision by UTV to organize a pillow fight on a live program has been met with disappointment by some netizens.
While the station may have been trying to retain viewership following the departure of Nana Ama McBrown, it is important for television stations to provide high-quality, informative content that will keep viewers engaged and informed.