The National Democratic Congress, NDC has issued a 48 hour ultimatum to the multimedia to disassociate itself from the insult crusade their presenters including Nana Akua Acheapong Sarfo-Adu mounted on the former President John Dramani Mahama for some years now.
During the invasion of the multimedia station by the NDC Women’s Wing from various constituencies and branches in the Greater Accra Region, the NDC Regional Secretary, Mr. Tetteh Chai informed the angry women that the party has issued 48 hour ultimatum for management of the station to deal with the presenter who unprovocatively insulted Ex-President John Mahama.
He was quick to add that multimedia has allegedly expressed worried for the verbal attack on the former President by their presenter, popularly known as Nana Akua .
According to Oboubua Darko, former NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Weija-Gbawe, if multimedia failed to apologise to the former President and the party as a whole for the insulting crusading by their presenters the NDC party will take a stringent decision that will be in the best interest of the party.
She showed to the crowed an alleged apology letter from the management of the multimedia to be delivered to the former President Mahama’s office.
The angry crowd insisted the presenter, Nana Akua Acheapong Sarfoa-Adu (Nana Akua) should be sacked. They suspected it was a deliberate attempt by the multimedia to denigrate former President John Dramani Mahama hence the insulting crusade.
The NDC Women’s Wing in their argument alleged multimedia initially engaged one Afia Pokuaa aka Vim Lady to start this crusade on behalf of multimedia at Adom FM who has moved to Peace FM.
The Women’s Wing were urged to temporarily hold on with their protest until the party hears a firm decision from multimedia.
The angry Women further indicated that “if Nana Akua cannot insult sleeping President Akufo-Addo who has no personality, how dare she (Nana Akua) of Asempa fm of multimedia insult a former President John Dramani Mahama who is full of personality both local and international”.
By: Edudzi A. Gator