Citi FM boss not bothered by heckling in New York; says critics can go to burn the sea

Citi FM boss not bothered by heckling in New York; says critics can go to burn the sea

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Citi FM, Mr Samuel Attah-Mensah, popularly known as Sammens, has issued a sharp riposte to his critics, insisting he is not bothered following his heckling in New York.


The Citi FM boss was captured in a viral video being heckled, as he walked the streets of New York with the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) Gabby Otchere-Darko.

Citi FM boss not bothered by heckling in New York; says critics can go to burn the sea

Citi FM boss, Samuel Atta Mensah

The pair were in the American city for the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, but were subjected to jeers from a section of the Ghanaian public in the country.

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Sammens was particularly accused to traveling for the event on government's sponsorship, with some also questioning why he was there in the first first place.


However, the Citi FM boss says he was there as a media person, while also rejecting claims that government funded his travel.


In a series of Facebook posts, he wrote: "I was at the UN. Yes I went. I bought my own ticket, booked my own hotel, bought my own Pizza and took my own pictures. I'm still here as a media person with equal access as any other media person. You bore? You can go burn the sea.

Citi FM boss not bothered by heckling in New York; says critics can go to burn the sea

Citi FM boss not bothered by heckling in New York; says critics can go to burn the sea


"Wow! I woke up in New York this morning to see I'm trending paaa... I dey go find waakye chop in the Bronx. Enjoy".


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Watch the video of Samuel Attah-Mensah and Gabby Otchere Darko being heckled in New York below: 

Source: Yen.com.gh

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