Professor Stephem Adei who happens to be the Chairperson of National Development Planning Commission sends a bold message to Paul Adom Otchere for speaking against Togbe Afede for returning his ex gratia which was paid into his account. Professor Stephen Adei made this known during an exclusive interview on TV3 today 20th June 2022 Monday.
The journalist who host the program (interview) asked Professor Stephen Adei whether he also have issues with Togbe Afede for returning the money to Government just as it was made known to Ghanaians by Paul Adom Otchere. Professor Stephen Adei is of the view that, Paul Adom Otchere has done the wrong thing by speaking against Togbe Afede.
According to Professor Stephen Adei, Paul Adom Otchere is now a Politicians and not a journalist a we all know. The Chairperson of the National Development Planning Commission added that, Paul Adom Otchere has been appointed by Government to occupy a position at Kotoka Airport.
"Paul Adom Otchere has become political more than Journalistic". - Professor Stephen Stated.
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