President John Dramani Mahama is pointing accusing fingers at the media in Ghana for blocking his “transformation” message.
According to the president, a section of the media have been taken over by anti-NDC people who are trying hard to block his government’s message.
“It is populism, a certain group has taken control of the media in Ghana, and it makes it difficult for people to discern the truth. So as much as you are putting out the information, it is either being blocked or distorted,” he said.
President Mahama said this in an interview with Ovation magazine.
He also disputed allegations that he failed to sanction his assigns who have been accused of corruption.
“For every allegation that is made, I have said I would consider the accusation seriously, we will investigate, and if those allegations are substantial that requires that I take action against a Minister, I will do so. And I have done that in several cases, I have changed Ministers,” he argued.