The details of what happened behind the scenes of the famous political.and current affairs show on Metro Television; Good Evening Ghana (GEG) show will make you criticize severely the host; Paul Adom-Otchere. Many would relate it to what Frank Davis, a member of the legal team for the President on the disputed election did to a military officer some weeks ago.
Paul Adom Otchere caused a crew member [name yet to be established] to carry his pair of shoes and tissue pack whiles he walked into the studio for pre-production for the show last night. The gentleman walked behind with the shoes Paul Adom-Otchere whiles he comfortably held to his phone onto a chat [perhaps].
Videos of the backstage preparation as uploaded onto the platform on Facebook showed clearly how 'uncomfortable' the youngman was. Yes, it's the typical 'bossy' disposition that Paul Adom-Otchere portrayed.
It is no different from Frank Davis' who had a military officer carry his bag for him whiles he walked into the chambers of the court for a hearing on the petition.
But hey, this youngman may not have complained, in so far as he gets paid for the work he does at Metro Television.
These scenes as captured suggest how the host relates with some of the crew. But what do you think of this? Is it fair to have the youngman carry Paul's shoes for the studio?
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