A Journalist and a host of 'New Day' on TV3, Johnny Hughes, has said that he is not quite sure if the National Security has measured the temperature on the ground before storming CITI TV/FM to arrest one of their journalists.
Johnny Hughes made this statement on the 'New Day' program on TV3 this morning when he gave his opinion on the arrest of Caleb Kudah and her colleague journalist by National Security yesterday.
According to him, he doesn't know what was running through their minds yesterday when they ordered the seven heavily armed men to go and pick up one tiny lady.
"I don't know if they have measured the temperature on the ground and the heat on Twitter because people are not allowed to demonstrate, but the hashtag is trending.
Yesterday, the #fixthecountry hashtag changed into National Security, and the kind of discussion that is being about is not a good one.
I don't know what they are trying to do, but I guess they didn't read the temperature well." - he said
He added that when the people get the indications that there is some level of oppression going on, they will rebel. So, it is a good time for cooler heads to prevail.
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