Honorable Collins Owusu Amankwaa of the Manhyia North Constituency of the Ashanti Region today made a surprising revelation on how some Ghetto boys take advantage of the media to set their target of attack.
According to him, some media personalities who mostly take the private life of politicians as topic and expose their wealth on TV and radio Gives information to. listening and watching Ghetto boys to attack them.
He explained further that, he knows a lot of Ghetto boys who have radio sets at their base and get to know every bit of information circulated.
He added that some even have Television sets there. So when irresponsible journalist display the net of politicians on TV and radio, These criminals tap into the information.
Sadly some of those information shared on TV and radio are fake and inaccurate. So if a ghetto boy attacks that politician over what he heard on radio or saw on TV, then that Journalist caused it all.
He advised for responsible journalism.
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