Radio Presenter Of Asempa FM Suspended For Insulting John Mahama
Dec. 01, 2019
- Earlier within the year, Kojo Yankson, host of morning show got suspended
- Nana Akua after watching a video of Mahama weed began insulting him
- She termed his actions as a cheap way to win votes in the coming election
Earlier within the year, Kojo Yankson, host of the Morning Show was suspended for using abusive words and making comments that described John Dramani Maham an armed robber.
Nana Akua Acheampomaa Sarfo-Adu, a staff member of Asempa FM got suspended after making derogatory and insults against the former president, John Dramani.
According to reports, the on-air staff of Asempa FM has been suspended one month without salary as a form of punishment.
The report stated that on November 11, 2019, Nana Akua while presenting a show used unpleasant words which cost the management of the multimedia house to apologise.
Nana Akua assault on the Former president started after a video circulating on social media showed John Mahama weeding along a road with a mower along the new Military Cemetary in Accra.
Per watching the video, the presenter was disgusted, hence, caused her to make abusive remarks showing her displeasure towards the former president.
She also added that former president John Mahama should move on to weed other areas in Accra and if not satisfied, should go on into other countries.
In the face of Nana Akua, John Mahama’s move to weed was a cheap way to win votes.
After Nana Akua’s actions, members of the party NDC didn’t take things lightly but approached the multimedia house and demanded they apologized to Former President John Dramani.
It is very important that journalists stay careful with their choice of words and understand that the community and individuals who live in it react to what they hear.
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