Mahama petitioned to punish Stan Dogbe for maltreating journalists

Mahama petitioned to punish Stan Dogbe for maltreating journalists

President John Dramani Mahama is expected to take a decision on whether or not to sack presidential staffer, Stan Dogbe following a petition by the The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) for him to be punished after his attack on journalists.

According to the Flagstaff House, President John Mahama will give the petition its due attention and thus make a decision in the interest and reputation of the presidency.

The petition follows several reports of maltreatment by Stan Dobge against journalists. The presidential staffer arguably has not also been in the good books of the media in the country because they believe he molests the presidential press corps.

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