There seems to be more trouble falling on the threat issue on Luv FM's Erastus Asaare Donkor by Hon Kennedy Agyapong, the member of Parliament for Assin Central. Even though majority of Ghanaians are calling on authorities to allow Kennedy Agyapong to apologize for the comments he made, many people are still insisting that he should be made to face the law.
Dr Kenneth Ashigbey, convener of the coalition against galamsey was the latest to add his voice. According to him, Kennedy Agyapong has done beyond the limit to apologise for forgiveness. He said this time, Mr Kennedy Agyapong should not be spared but be made to face the law. "Enough is enough, he can not threaten journalists in Impunity."
He said as a social scientist, when he looks at the history of Ghana, such things never happened to journalists of the country. And per our constitution, the journalists are given the right to work without being threatened by any individual.
Speaking to Mr Samson Lardy Anyenini, he said it is because of the impunity people enjoy after a wrongdoing that the threat of journalists keep happening. And so he calls for the appropriate punishment to be meted to Hon Kennedy Agyapong. He hopes that if that is than, the lives of journalists will be free from attacks since it will serve as an example to people who may want to put out similar threats.
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