Citi FM's Caleb Kudah arrested for filming on the premises of the National Security

Citi FM's Caleb Kudah arrested for filming on the premises of the National Security

News reaching YEN.com.gh has revealed that a number of heavily armed national security operatives have picked up Citi FM and Citi TV journalist, Caleb Kudah.

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He was arrested for filming within the premises of a National Security Ministry, which is known to be a restricted security zone.

According to a citinews report, about seven heavily armed officers subsequently stormed the premises of Citi FM/Citi TV in an attempt to arrest, Zoe Abu-Baidoo, another broadcast journalist with the respected media house, whom they claimed had received files from Caleb Kudah.

Citi FM's Caleb Kudah arrested for filming on the premises of the National Security
Citi FM's Caleb Kudah arrested for filming on the premises of the National Security
Source: UGC

In giving further details on the matter, Citi News’ Security Correspondent, Anass Seidu said, “Caleb Kudah who had visited someone at the National Security was arrested after filming at the premises of the Ministry."

He further explained that after he was arrested, the operatives detected that he had sent whatever he had filmed to another colleague, Zoe Abu-Baidoo.

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"When they got here, the management of Citi FM and Citi TV joined the team back to the National Security Ministry with Zoe. After some interrogation, Zoe was allowed to leave. Caleb Kudah was being interrogated at the time we left,” CITI FM reported.

Anass Seidu stated that Caleb Kudah will be soon released.

In other news, President Akufo-Addo has accepted the nomination of Kissi Agyebeng as Ghana’s next Special Prosecutor, YEN.com.gh can report.

This comes after the former special prosecutor, Martin Amidu, launched a scathing attack on Agyebeng for being nominated for the office of the special prosecutor.

Amidu, who resigned as the country’s first Special Prosecutor in the runup to the crucial 2020 general elections over “political interference” warned in his latest epistles that Ghanaians must be worried over the nomination of Agyebeng.

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