Recently in the media, Paul Adom otchere who is much known to be one of the fast-rising journalists in ghana has been on top of politicians this day thereby going against his rules as a journalist.
Paul Adom Otchere is a Ghanaian broadcast journalist and the host of Good Evening Ghana - a current affairs TV program in Ghana. He served as a board member of the National Communications Authority before he was appointed as chairperson of the board of Ghana Airports Company Limited.
Recently Mr Stephen Adei has questioned him on a live interview thereby asking if he's a politician or a journalist. According to Stephen Adjei, he would shut up if he was in the shoes of Paul Adom Otchere. He explained this and revealed that certain positions in the country restrict the person in such position from making some comments in the media. He added that Paul Adom Otchere is becoming more of a politician rather than a journalist.
Stephen Adei is a Ghanaian economist, administrator and writer who is a former Director-General and Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration. He is currently the chairperson of the National Development Planning Commission under the Nana Akufo-Addo government.
He then furthered his speech by saying "He shouldn't be the one to talk about this. He is the chairman of the Ghana Airport company. Which capacity is he talking about? There are certain ethics of certain positions. I was him, I would shut up. Not because he is not good but he has a national responsible position"
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