Data Minister visits Citi FM over alleged assault on journalists


Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Data Minister, has visited the 2 journalists who had been allegedly assaulted by some operatives of the nationwide safety. 

He paid the go to on Friday 14 Might 2021 to commiserate with the victims and guarantee them of additional investigations on the matter. 

“As a colleague and as a minister for the sector, I got here by this morning to pay you a go to and likewise to specific to you the fear with which we obtain the account on what transpired on the Nationwide Safety Ministry. We had been fearful as a result of it doesn’t replicate how the employees of a safety company ought to deal with anyone, be the particular person a citizen, not to mention a journalist. 

“If that particular person is below investigation, aiding an investigation or being suspected as having executed one thing untoward like on this case the suspicion of going opposite to the principles there, it nonetheless is not going to warrant that specific conduct as reported. 

Final Tuesday (11 Might), nationwide safety operatives detained Kudah for allegedly filming on the premises of the Nationwide Safety Ministry. He was launched after questioning.

Nevertheless, addressing the administration of the Accra based mostly media home, Oppong Nkrumah known as for persistence on the matter and guaranteed of additional investigations.

He additionally urged the administration of the media home to make the most of the newly established workplace of the “Coordinated Mechanism for the Security of Journalists” for additional investigations on the matter.

Administration used the chance to thank him for the present of assist.

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