- Abena Moet has responded to the host of Pararan Mock News over his comment on Ghana's media
- She indicated that unlike what he thought was the case, Ghanaians promote the diaspora more than any other nation
- Ken of the popular Nigerian show claimed Ghana's media and bloggers only promote 'beefs'
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Popular social media commentator and radio show panelist, Abena Moet, has responded to the host of Pararan Mock News over his comments about Ghanaian media and bloggers.
While speaking in an interview with Ola Micheal on Neat FM, said that she disagreed with the Nigerian for claiming that the Ghanaian media space was full of people who promote quarrel and gossip.
According to Abena Moet, Ghanaian bloggers and media personalities promote Ghanaians and even Africans more than any other nation on the continent.
She went on to add that unlike the notion being created by Ken of Pararan Mock News, Nigerian bloggers also posted a lot of unnecessary stuff.
To prove her point, Abena Moet said she visited the IG page of one of Nigeria's top bloggers, Tunde Ednut, only to see him posting 'nonfa'.
Abena Moet added that Ghanaians promoted Beyonce's Black Is King Album more than Nigerians even though there were Nigerian acts on the project.
She therefore vehemently rejected the claim being made by the Nigerian on-screen personality.
In making her point, Abena Moet added that Ghana's media space is meant for the promotion of celebs therefore there was nothing wrong with bloggers promoting beef between two celebs.
In effect, Abena Moet indicated that when the time came for positive things to be promoted, Ghanaians did so and when it was time to promote beef too, the media did their bit.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that 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.
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