- A Nigerian satirist has claimed that Ghana's media space is used for the promotion of unnecessary stuff
- He indicated that the media use their platforms to promote 'beefs' and quarrels
- According to him, a typical example was that of the Papa No wahala
The host of Nigerian satirical show, Pararan Mock News, has claimed that the media space in Ghana only enjoys promoting quarrels and beef instead of promoting artistes.
While speaking on one edition of the show, the comic show host indicated that he had monitored the media space in Ghana for a while and all he noticed was beef and gossip.
He added that bloggers and media personnel in Ghana including TV and radio show hosts found pleasure in promoting trending fights ad controversies.
According to him, he would rather have loved to see the media in Ghana promoting players in the creative industry rather than just dwelling on misunderstanding.
The host believed to be called Ken, said unlike Ghana, Nigeria ensured that they were using the media space to promote artistes.
Throwing more light on his claims, Ken said that Nigerian media players promoted their mainstream and top acts alongside the underground acts so as to give them mileage.
He however noted that the Ghanaian media space was noted for promoting beef between artistes and between popular people.
Ken cited the example of Kennedy Agyapong and his series of exposing pastor he claimed were fake and the viral Papa No saga involving Mzbel-Tracey Boakye and Gloria Kani.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Highlife and afrobeat singer and songwriter Dennis Nana Dwamena, famed as KiDi and Cina Soul have once again sparked dating rumours after pictures of both in awkward positions went viral.
The two have been rumoured to be dating after Lynx Entertainment released the movie ‘Sugar’ that featured Kidi and Cina.
Few days after the release of the movie, both cleared the air that they weren't dating. Though many were not convinced they let it off.
Only for the two to spark rumours again with their beautiful photos together.
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