TV host and outspoken journalist of Citi TV and Citi FM, Caleb Kudah has replied a follower on Facebook who commented on his birthday message to his boss and general manager of Citi TV and Citi FM, Bernard Avle yesterday Thursday, May 20, 2021.
On this day, the Facebook friend of Caleb reminded him of the trauma he went through and suffered in the hands of the national security personnel who invaded the premises of Citi TV to arrest him over illegal filming in the premises at the National Security ministry, which occured earlier this month of May. The issue is however still under investigation.
According to the follower of Caleb Kudah, if he is not able to host their favorite Saturday (weekend) programme on Citi TV popularly known as #Backpage, he will invite the National Security to Caleb Kudah's Office. Because he knows that everyone has a master and that his (Caleb's) master is the national security.
The fanatic of Caleb Kudah also said that they miss this special Saturday program on Citi TV by Caleb Kudah so much and hope that he is back on screen this coming Saturday with an all new episode of #Backpage. He said that Caleb should stay strong, gather more humor and come put some smiles back on their faces this Saturday. Below was what he said:
However, Caleb Kudah brilliantly replied his fanatic in just a simple sentence: "You chop elective slaps before?" That was all. As per his reply, it was obvious he only was replying to the part of the comment that says that he would send the National Security personnel to visit him (Caleb) is his office.
This has elicited a lot of responses and reactions from other commenters on Facebook. Some said, "Wow, elective slap, really??" "Elective slap can be compared to elective subjects such as Elective Mathematics, Elective courses and co which are normally hard, so I think I know where he is coming from oh eiii," others replied.
#Backpage is a special programme on Citi TV spearheaded and/or hosted by Caleb Kudah every Saturday to summarize the whole news that transpired throughout the week. He picks the funny aspects of the news and makes it more humorous and funny to his viewers. As educative as it is, it also puts lots of smiles back on the faces of viewers.
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