It was chaos at the premises of Citi FM/Citi TV, when operatives of the National security arrested Citi TV broadcast journalist, Caleb Kudah and later stormed the premises of the station to arrest Zoe Abu-Baidoo. Caleb Kudah was arrested and interrogated for filiming at a restricted area of the National security Ministry. However during the interrogation, it was realised his colleague journalist, Zoe Abu-Baidoo also received the captured files on her phone as well. This instigated a raid at the Citi Tv premises to arrest Mrs Abu-Baidoo for interrogation.
However, latest news from the Citi FM/Citi TV camp says both journalists have been released after several hours of interrogation. Angel fm sport host, Saddick Adams (Sports Obama) has waded into the matter after the news circulated earlier today. The ace sport presenter agreed that, the CitiTv journalist filming a National Security installation was wrong. Nonetheless he also reproved the arrest approach of the security operatives, which looked like a raid during arrest Zoe Abu-Baidoo on the premise of CitiTv.
Check out Saddick Adam post.
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