- Good Evening Ghana Paul Adom-Otchere host has vowed to hunt down an individual who sent him a subtle threat on Facebook.
- Adom-Otchere plans to sue the man for his threat, which suggested he would storm Metro TV’s studios
- Adom-Otchere said on his Good Evening Ghana the man should be able to express his opinions without resorting to threats
Controversial broadcaster Paul Adom-Otchere has vowed to hunt down an individual who sent him a subtle threat on Facebook.
Adom-Otchere, who was livid about the post, feels the person could have shared his opinion without the perceived threat.
The threat came from Amorse Blessing Amos, the National Democratic Congress Youth Organiser in the Greater Accra Region.
“Get ready. You will pay legal fees because you will take a lawyer and come and stand in the court and explain what you mean.”
“Next time you watch Good Evening Ghana and you have an opinion to express, you will express your opinion without threatening.”
In a short response to YEN.com.gh, Amos rubbished the broadcaster's threat.
"My reaction is that Paul needs emotional intelligence pills," he said.
16 arrested for attack on UTV
YEN.com.gh reported that the Ghana Police Service arrested 16 people for storming the studios of UTV. They were subsequently granted bail.
The police said the Despite Media Group and the Ministry of Information made a complaint to them.
A video of the incident went viral online, sparking widespread condemnation from observers.
Richard Ahiagbah, the Director of Communications for the NPP, called the situation unfortunate and apologised.
Prophet Oduro slams government interference
According to him, the sitting government sent a letter to UTV asking them to stop airing his program.
Fans side with him, expressing their views on why a private television would make such a decision.
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