Citi FM To Blacklist NPP Following Attack On Journalist

Accra based radio station, Citi FM has served notice that it intends to blacklist the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) following the attack on a journalist at the party’s headquarters last Friday.According to the Director of News, Bernard Koku Avle, the station will be forced to toe that line if the party fails to act accordingly and responsibly.Singling out the party’s Acting General Secretary, John Boadu, he said the party knows what do so they should do it.Bernard sounded the warning on the Citi Breakfast Show on Tuesday May 5, 2018, following the party’s deafening silence on the unfortunate incident that has attracted a wider condemnation from the public.“If we don’t hear from the NPP by close of day, we will not cover their events, we will not interview them. John Boadu, you know what to do”.Popular NPP supporter, Hajia Fati reportedly assaulted an Adom FM journalist, Ohemaa Sakyiwaa Ahwenepa on Friday, May 4, 2018.According to Hajia Fati who has become notorious for such attacks, she attacked the journalist because she looked like an onion seller.“I don’t know anyone but I remember slapping a lady. She didn’t approach me and all I saw was that she was taking a picture of me. I thought it was one of Sammy Crabbe’s people who wanted to take a picture of me so I slapped her.“She didn’t look like a journalist, she was looking like a normal lady who sells onions. I want you to withdraw the statement that she’s your colleague because I don’t know any of your colleagues.” Call our Editor on 0209391902 or click here and inform us via Whatsapp. You could equally email your stories or articles to and we’ll surely put them online

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