President of Policy Think Tank IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe has adviced persons who disagreed with prominent Ghanaian business Mogul, Sir Sam Jonah to write respectful rejoinder rather than attack his person.
Sir Sam Jonah has been heavily Criticized by a section of Ghanaians especially on social media for saying that, the culture of silence is gradually getting back in Ghana.
Mr. Sam Jonah made these observations in a speech he gave over the Weekend.
But, Mr. Franklin Cudjoe is of the view that, those who disagreed with him should write a rejoinder and stop attacking his person.
Whiles others think that, his comments is justified due to the current state in the Country, others viewed his comments as political.
One of the people who supports his observation is investigatiive journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni who in the past has made similar comments about press freedom and free Speech in Ghana.
Some few Hours after the speech by Sir Sam Jonah, Manasseh took to social media to ask whether Mr. Jonah is also bitter and a hater of President Akufo-Addo.
For those who disagreed with Sir Sam Jonah's observation, the Country is no where near the era of culture of silence as he said.
The issue about press Freedom and free Speech in Ghana has dominated the public discussions following some alledged attacks and threats on journalists in the Country.
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