Metro TV senior broadcast journalist, Paul Adom Otchere, has two shows that run on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Paul Adom has a way of making each of his shows trend and that makes him a unique presenter. He has been in the game for more than two decades.
Those who are regular viewers of Paul's shows can attest to how he is capable of releasing stray bullets to hit other individuals. Does he care about the impact of some of his ammunitions? Would he change his style in the coming days after he made tough editorials on the renowned Togbe Afede, the former President John Mahama and a host of other MPs?
The fact is that Paul could be discussing a KKD issue and would direct part of his energy to analysing an issue with the SAS or Honourable Murtala Mohammed or even Former President John Mahama.
On Sunday, 21st August 2022, Paul Adom sent a love letter in the afternoon to clarify some of his arguments during his Editorial on Thursday 18th August 2022.
The fact is that Paul vehemently defended Databank and Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta after KKD made some shots about conflict of interest.
Why is Paul's Sunday message a love letter? Taking scrutiny at his piece, he tolerated the backlash that came after his editorial and seemed to admit that there was a conflict of interest except that he defended that it was for the building of the economy.
Why didn't Paul wait till Tuesday to say what he has to say?
As expected of Paul, he brought in the name of Togbe Afede, where Paul revealed that Togbe would have promised to recuse in such selection meetings or declare his interest.
Why is Paul sending this message on Sunday? Has he heard anything in the air from perhaps Togbe Afede's weekend corruption conference? What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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