Photos: Provoked Woyome and aides storm Citi FM studio in Rambo style

Photos: Provoked Woyome and aides storm Citi FM studio in Rambo style

The unthinkable happened Saturday morning when the embattled businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome and his aides stormed the studios of Accra-based Citi FM in anger while Political and News Analysis Programme ‘The Big Issue’ was ongoing, live.

A visibly agitated Alfred Woyome entered the studio just when panellists on Citi FM’s ‘The Big Issue’ were sharing their views on the judgement debt and Woyome’s alleged role in the matter.

Photos: Provoked Woyome and aides storm Citi FM studio in Rambo style

CCTV footage of Mr. Woyome, and his aides behind him heading towards the studio of Citi FM. Credit: Citi FM

Mr Woyome is purported to have stormed the station because he was unhappy with some of the comments by the panellists on the matter.

He was accompanied by two of his aides, one of whom who got into an altercation with the producer of the show and the Operations Manager of the station.

The police were called in to ensure law and order and calm tempers.

Photos: Provoked Woyome and aides storm Citi FM studio in Rambo style

Mr. Woyome and his aides at the Studio annex of Citi FM.

Mr Woyome was paid GHc 51 million after he claimed that he helped Ghana to raise funds to construct stadia for purposes of hosting the 2008 African Nations Cup.

Photos: Provoked Woyome and aides storm Citi FM studio in Rambo style

Photos: Provoked Woyome and aides storm Citi FM studio in Rambo style

However, an Auditor General’s report released in 2010 said the amount was paid illegally him and subsequently, the Supreme Court in 2014 ordered Mr Woyome to pay back the money after Mr Amidu challenged the legality of the payments in court.

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