The media renders an unconditional apology to a bride that was alleged in a post to have cheated on the groom with her ex-boyfriend.
In an article published on Saturday morning on saganitvonline.com on the above-mentioned topic on May 22, 2021, the station (Sagani Tv) wishes to render unconditional apology after it turns out to be untrue, the publication made against Mr. Anass Kassim and Alhassan Hubaida, their respective families and anyone related to them.
They, therefore, urged the general public to disregard the publication on the media website which they described as a misrepresentation of facts.
According to Sagani tv, "Whilst confirming the cancellation of the wedding due to some family issues yet to be resolved, the would-be couple said the story was untrue; therefore we revoke the earlier publication and urge the public to disregard it".
"We pledge that such publication was a misrepresentation and will likely never happen a second time". They added.
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