Ernest Owusu Bempah, the Head of Communications at the Ghana National Gas Company, has rebuked Caleb Kudah; the Citi TV reporter who allegedly got manhandled for filming vehicles at the precincts of the National Security.
Sample photo of Owusu-Bempah's article on Facebook.
In an article he wrote on his Facebook wall, some few moments ago, which he titled; "Caleb Kudah, Colonel Frank Agyeman, and Irresponsible media", Mr. Owusu-Bempah did what he described as a critical analysis of Caleb's invasion of the National Security.
He queried, in his response to the incident that; "We are being fed with fake news and quackery media practices and people still want us to swallow such unprofessional conduct?"
Mr. Owusu-Bempah in his write-up seemed not to believe the account Caleb gave about the allegation of he being manhandled. He indicated that, he believes Caleb's claim of being assaulted is a mere afterthought.
Caleb Kudah, the Citi TV journalist who allegedly got manhandled.
Meanwhile, Mr. Bempah stressed that the Ghanaian media should learn to eschew involving themselves in unprofessional acts; since he described Caleb's attempt of taking a film at the precincts of he National Security unprofessional.
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