- Radio presenter Miketwo has asked Nana Aba Anamoah not to collectively call for sanctions on Counselor Lutterodt
- According to him, Nana Aba and her outfit were free to ban Lutterodt but she has no right to tell others to do same
- Counselor Lutterodt went viral on social media after many Ghanaians called for him to be taken off all media platforms
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Adom FM staff, Miketwo, has asked Nana Aba Anamoah not to tell all media houses what to do by asking that they collectively sideline Counselor Lutterodt for good due to his recent controversial comments.
Miketwo, in a Facebook post, asked that Nana Aba be told to do the needful if she did not want to see Counselor Lutterodt at her media outfit but not tell all other media houses how to do their jobs.
According to Miketwo, all media houses have their own style of running their programmes so what someone might consider bad for the airwaves may not appear that way for another media house.
Miketwo’s post on Facebook read: “One should tell Nana Aba Anamoah that every media house has its own ‘media house style’ to create content, if it is a shame to host Lutterodt it wouldn’t be a shame to any other media…ban him from ur station-don’t fight any body…”
The Adom FM staff added that Anamoah was free to bar Lutterodt from coming on a show at her GHOne station.
He added that she should, however, not fight any media outfit that wanted to offer their platform to the controversial man of God.
Miketwo's comments on Facebook come on the back of Nana Aba Anamoah and some well-meaning Ghanaians asking that media houses in the country bar Counselor Lutterodt over his latest controversial comments.
Nana Aba made a post saying she was not going to sit and watch Counselor Lutterodt come to her TV station to make such comments.
Counselor Lutterodt became the topic for discussion on social media after he claimed that rape victims enjoy the act of rape at a point.
The outspoken counselor added that his comments were based on research.
These comments infuriated many Ghanaians including Efia Odo, Rasheeda Adams and Leila Djansi who have signed a petition to have the counselor barred from appearing on both TV and radio.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian award-winning musician Stonebwoy, his wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla, in collaboration with the Livingstone Foundation, have organized their first training of skills for free in Ashaiman.
The meeting for skills training took place on July 10, 2020, in Ashaiman and participants were to benefit for free under the auspices of the foundation.
According to the BHIM Nation president, COVID-19 had disrupted many jobs including his music career, hence it was very necessary that in times like this, one will look at other options to earn a living.