The one-sided battle between Asante Kotoko CEO and Light fm sports continues to draw attention each day. In the previous month, the same radio station and presenters were sued by a former management member. Latest in the air is the one from a current board member.
As predicted, Mrs. Evelyn Nsiah Asare has sued Light fm and its Sport presenters for defamation. It all started when the board member made a tweet amidst the Board Chairman-CEO banter. Light fm, which is owned by Dr. Kwame Kyei, took to the defense of their owner. In the process, harsh descriptions and words were used. This didn't go down well with Mrs. Asare. Other stations reported she had the intention of dragging the above radio station to court.
The above picture is the letter confirming the earlier reports. The two blows may sound a louder warning to our media to be extremely cautious when criticizing or discussing issues. The fact that they have the platforms doesn't mean they are immune from the laws of the land.
Are their cups full or they have done no wrong and how far will the case go?
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