Stop attacking the media - Ghana Journalists Association blasts NDC

Stop attacking the media - Ghana Journalists Association blasts NDC

- Ghana’s major media association, GJA, has condemned attacks of journalists

- President of the association has warned the NDC to put a stop to threatening reporters

- Affail Monney has described statements by NDC against the media as “caustic”

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The Ghana Journalist Association cautions the media against fanning flame of tension leading to election related violence.

President of the association Roland Affail Monney also admonished politicians especially the NDC to desist from what he described as caustic comments targeted at the media which has the potential of causing disaffection.

Stop attacking the media - Ghana Journalists Association blasts NDC
Affail Monney, GJA President. Photo credit: Google Image
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Speaking on news file on Joy FM, Mr Monney urged the media to remain resolute in spite of the incessant attacks by the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

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Meanwhile, John Mahama has insisted he will not accept the results of a “flawed election”. He told supporters at the party head office that he will seek all legitimate legal means to reverse the declaration made by the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Jean Mensa.

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