- Top NDC man, Prince Derek Adjei was thrown out of Kasapa FM studious for attacking the host
- Prince Derek Adjei was captured in a video angrily attacking the host of the show, Kwaku Owusu Adjei
A member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), communications team, Prince Derek Adjei, was on Monday thrown out of the studious of Accra-based Kasapa FM, after he went berserk on a live morning show programme.
According to a Kasapafmonline.com report, the NDC man who is noted for making mischievous comments during radio discourse, was at his incorrigible best while on the show.
Derek Adjei, who appeared on the show together with NPP’s Saaka Salia on Monday to discuss the fallout of Anas exposé, resorted to his usual style and categorically stated that deputy Chief of Staff, Asenso Boakye was among the persons to have receive bribe from the supposed investors in the Anas’ undercover video.
However, the host of the show, Kwaku Owusu Adjei, who had earlier cautioned both Prince and Salia to stick to the issues, sought to correct Prince Derek Adjei that Mr Asenso’s name was never mentioned anywhere in the video by the undercover Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
But the NDC communicator insisted that the host must have been sleeping while watching the video, hence missed out on the portion where Asenso Boakye’s name was mentioned in the undercover tape.
The host who felt the NDC man was misleading his listeners maintained that Prince Derek Adjei leaves out the name of the deputy Chief of Staff in his commentary as he was not ready to entertain ‘lies’ on his show.
However, an angry Derek Adjei, then accused the host of doing the bidding of the governing NPP party.
Watch the full video (Source: Kasapafmonline.com)
This led to a heated altercations forcing the host to order the NDC member out of the studios as he cannot continue the show with him.
Prince Derek Adjei who was visibly angry in a video resorted to insults to settle the scores as the NPP man, Saaka Salia was also not spared.
Meanwhile, many social media users are expressing mix feelings about the conduct of the former NDC deputy National Co-ordinator of the National Youth Council under the Mahama administration.
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