On Thursday's edition, Paul Adom defended himself on a number of issues. He played a ten-minute video of Togbe Afede's interview with an Accra-based radio station. Paul explained that he would not have responded to comments about him if not because it was coming from an important person. Paul explained that he did not agree with the traditional ruler when Togbe said that some journalists like Paul make decisions based on their stomachs.
Paul explained that he is a supporter of Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo not because of his pocket. He asked why people tag him as a stomach journalist and further inquired if he would have been described differently if he had supported John Mahama.
He also recounted how he even defended the NPP and Nana Addo even when Nana Addo had lost elections to the late Professor Atta Mills. Paul explained how he has admired Nana since his school days at the University of Ghana. Paul further explained how he lost campus elections due to his affiliation with Nana Addo.
He asked why some journalists like Alhassan Suhuyini and Kojo Oppong Nkrumah who are now MPs were not considered stomach journalists.
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