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You Haven't Seen Anything Yet; The Outcomes Of Defending People In Government - A Plus To Atta-Mensa

Kwame Asare Obeng, also known as A Plus, has described how Citi FM published a slew of stories about a comment he made about Korle Bu Teaching Hospital without conducting a thorough investigation. He made up a lie that the oxygen plants at Korle Teaching Hospital had failed, according to him. However, Citi 97.3 FM did not investigate the matter, instead writing a slew of stories about his findings.

Samuel Atta-Mensah, a veteran journalist and the Managing Director of Citi FM, has responded to various articles written by some journalists about the National Security operatives' attack on Caleb Kudah. According to some journalists and lawmakers, Caleb did not obtain his reports through the proper channels at the National Security premises.

Some well-known journalists responded by saying that the National Security principle is not like any other premise where a journalist would walk in and start filming without permission. In response to these criticisms of Caleb's case, Samuel Atta-Mensah claimed that “political power has blinded some journalists and politicians in this country”.

You assume that your people's decisions are right because your government is in control.

He posted the following on his official Twitter page:

"I read some of the papers about the Caleb problem written by some old politicians/journalists, and all I can say is "Power is Sweet!". As for me, I believe all they say about what Rawlings did to them in the 1980s. Bye-bye."

A-Plus then 'attacked' the veteran journalist, accusing Mr. Samuel Atta-Mensah and some Citi FM employees of over-defending President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-administration. Citi FM used to 'attack' anyone who tried to condemn the government for its failings, according to A-Plus, but now that they have mistreated some of their journalists, they want the whole world to know that what happened was completely wrong.

Citi FM has gotten what they deserve, according to a plus. He posted the following on his official Facebook page:

"It is God who has punished people, Citi 97.3 FM. When I had a problem with Abu and Asenso, you used your radio to make me appear to be the bad guy. You published all kinds of stories about me on your website and social media. You didn't think it was necessary to look into my claims that Korle Bu's oxygen plants had been broken down for years, that people were dying unnecessarily at Korle Bu, and that things needed to improve.

You were only concerned with protecting government officials. You haven't even seen anything. Men, they didn't even come close to beating you. Nyame na etua mo ka. Mo samia. Please, Kwame Dadzie, Kojo Akoto, and Bernard Avle, you are not included. They are self-aware."

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