- Citi FM/TV's Zoe Abu-Baidoo has detailed how National Security operatives tricked her into thinking she was chatting with her colleague, Caleb Kudah
- She disclosed that the operatives used Kudah's phone to chat with her in an attempt to lure her out of the office at Citi TV
- Abu-Baidoo was targeted by the operatives after she had received some files Kudah had taken at the Ministry of National Security
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Broadcast journalist, Zoe Abu-Baidoo, has detailed how National Security operatives tricked her into thinking she was chatting with Caleb Kudah before storming Citi FM/TV premises in an attempt to arrest her.
National Security operatives on Tuesday, May 11, arrested her colleague Caleb Kudah for filming some abandoned cars procured by MASLOC that had been parked at the Ministry of National Security for several years.
Zoe Abu-Baidoo, a journalist with Citi FM/TV, was targeted by the operatives after Kudah had sent her some of the files he captured at the ministry via WhatsApp.
The National Security operatives besieged Citi FM/Citi TV premises on Tuesday, May 11, in an attempt to arrest Zoe Abu-Baidoo, but the management of the Ghanaian media house prevented the operatives from detaining Zoe and went along with her to the National Security Ministry where she was interrogated.
Narrating her side of the incident on The Point of View on Citi TV hosted by Bernard Avle, Abu-Baidoo revealed that the National Security operatives deceived her into thinking that she was chatting with her colleague Caleb Kudah, who they had detained and forcefully seized his mobile phone to communicate with her.
Watch the interview below.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported a businessman believed to be Ghanaian has been captured on camera rocking a suit and tie to sell buffloaf, popularly known as bofrot.
The man who was neatly attired was spotted by a woman in her vicinity, who called to buy from him.
Impressed by how the man had branded himself as he carried along with him a suitcase, the woman videoed him as he approached her.
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