Onua TV's entertainment presenter Christian Agyei Frimpong has been captured on a recorded video begging for a car from John Dramani Mahama's brother Ibrahim Mahama. After begging for the car, he criticised the current New Patriotic Party as a group which doesn't like to give gift to journalists.
" On my birthday, I'm expecting a brand new car from Ibrahim Mahama As a gift. Truth must be told. The current New Patriotic Party's executives are very Stingy. They don't like to give anything like a gift to journalist" The Onua TV presenter was heard and seen in the video making those remarks.
The action of the Onua TV presenter has left many in surprise. This is because, journalist are not supposed to request for gift from individuals. It's believed that, once you pick a gift from anybody, it destroys your approach and sense of judgement. It's likely that this journalist could be influenced to be bias against the NPP if the car gift is granted by Ibrahim Mahama.
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