Paul Adom-Otchere, a veteran political journalist in recent times has been criticised by alot of Ghanaians for the way he host his show usually sympathizing than to criticize the Goverment.
This evening, Paul Adom-Otchere had posted on his social media handle that he was going to invite the winners of the recently held National Science and Maths Quiz to his studios where there would be lots of fun and a little display of Jama.
Then from no where, a fellow Ghanaian wrote:
"Obviously struggling on content creation".
We thought Paul Adom-Otchere would let this one slide but Oga didn't.
He subtly replied:
"Abdul Hakeem Busi, what school did u go to? Don’t watch. Bye".
"If you watch, feel ashamed for watching".
"Hate never wins, Goodbye".
It seems Paul Adom-Otchere has become a no nonsense man on his wall offlate.
But do you think Paul is struggling with content creation, my people?
Please anyone who wants to attack him offlate must be ready otherwise,lol.
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