Paul Adom Otchere has reacted to some criticisms on Twitter which says that he(Paul Adom Otchere) does not respect traditional authorities.
Speaking on Good Evening show on Metro TV, Paul Adom Otchere revealed that he respects a lot. He added that the chiefs and kings are part of the Ghanaian society and for that matter, they must get the full respect from citizens.
He however added that Kwesi Pratt is the journalist who does not respect traditional authorities. He added that Kwesi Pratt has made several statements which shows that he has no respect for traditional authorities.
"There has been some concerns on Twitter that I don't respect traditional authorities. That is not true. I am not like my senior colleague, Kwesi Pratt who said that Ghana is a republic and there is no king. He has said it so many times" he said.
"I don't believe in that. I believe that there are Kings and chiefs. I respect traditional authorities. I don't take anything away from traditional authorities. I am not attacking Togbe" he added
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