The Communication boss of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Richard Ahiagbah, has shared his views on the latest development between the Management of the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) and the Tigereye PI group.
The Tigereye PI group released a press statement on Sunday, informing the public that the Management of the AICC has reversed their decision of granting him access to the venue to premier his latest expose on rot in Galamsey, which he titled "The Galamsey Economy."
This has attracted public debate with a section of the public blaming the Akufo-Addo government for this decision.
Sharing his thoughts on this incident, Mr Ahiagbah twitted, "The reversal of the approval for the Tigereyepi to use the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) must be compelling, otherwise, it paints a poor picture."
The position of the NPP Communication boss on the matter appears apt since we are yet to know the reason behind this decision.
It is insightful and worthy of emulation. This is what the citizens must learn to do rather than jumping into hasty conclusions which is mostly influenced by biased partisan stands.
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