Kennedy Agyapong fires Ashh FM journalist

Kennedy Agyapong fires Ashh FM journalist

The Member of Parliament for Assin Central and owner of the Kumasi-based radio station Ashh FM, has terminated the appointment of Daasebre Adjei Dwamena, a journalist working with the station.

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The journalist was reported missing since the December 2016 elections, and a intensive search was mounted for him. He however turned up last Saturday morning, to which it was disclosed that his disappearance was a set up.

Kennedy Agyapong fires Ashh FM journalist

The journalist, Daasebre Adjei Dwamena

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A very upset Kennedy Agyapong demanded that the journalist clear his station and leave the premises or face his wrath, for causing damage to the station's reputation.

Reports coming in have revealed that the journalist's disappearance were part of publicity stunt with colleagues for reasons yet unknown.

However, the journalist speaking on the matter stated that he had received instructions to go pray for Nana Akufo-Addo at an undisclosed location.

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He stated that he followed the directive, and had to go on the said religious journey to the secret location without disclosing his whereabouts to anyone.

"It is important to also pray even though we work on radio. I was not supposed to go pray with anyone because it was supposed to be a secret exercise. I went to pray for Nana Addo’s victory at the place where no one is supposed to know”, he said.

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Kennedy Agyapong fires Ashh FM journalist

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