Ghanaian entertainment pundit and political commentator, A Plus strongly cautioned Ernest Owusu-Bempah over the incident at UTV on Saturday, October 7.
The outspoken parliamentary hopeful, asserted that he had unverified information suggesting that Owusu-Bempah might have played a role in the disruption that occurred during the United Showbiz program at the Accra-based television station on that day.
He issued a warning, stating that if such unruly behavior were to occur again, he would respond in kind.
A Plus emphasized that he would not be intimidated by Ernest Owusu-Bempah, who serves as the Head of Corporate Communications at the Ghana National Gas Company (GNGC) and holds the position of Deputy Director of Communications for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).
“Ernest Owusu-Bempah is said to have organized the thugs who stormed here. He spent two weeks assembling them, but it only took me 30 minutes to organize three groups of people to bring them here… I am cautioning him… If this occurs again, I will assemble a group and bring them to Ghana Gas. I am not afraid of them,” Aplus on stated on UTV.
A Plus made it clear that he would not back down, firmly declaring his lack of fear towards anyone involved.
The incident unfolded when a disgruntled group of individuals entered the studios of United Showbiz on UTV, disrupting the live broadcast of the program.
This disturbance came after A Plus publicly criticized a letter from the National leadership of the NPP, which called for reforms in the United Showbiz show, citing its tendency to criticize the government.
The thugs believed to be members of NPP supporters invaded the media house to disrupt United Showbiz in response to A Plus’s actions during a previous program.
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