Manasseh Azuri Must Apologise To Ghanaians For Getting It Wrong About Ejura Incident

Manasseh Azuri Must Apologise To Ghanaians For Getting It Wrong About Ejura Incident

At the Public Inquiry  Yesterday,  Multimedia Reporter ,Erastus Asare Donkor admitted that even though he forwarded clean audio-visuals to the studios of his employer, editors at JOYNEWS twisted the facts rendering his work untrue.

On 30th June a renowned journalist called Manasseh Azuri Awuni hurriedly published on his fb wall that the brutalities at Ejura in the Ashanti region were occasioned by military deployed by government to cause disruption in the community.  To him, Kaaka was a threat to Akufo-Addo’s government. That Kaaka was a member of their #FixTheCountry activism.

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Manasseh, is it not a shame reading the testimonies of your colleague and a lady who said one Idi killed Kaaka? Police investigation has shown that ,the gentleman was slained  by his own brother.

Azuri Awuni’s premature post on Facebook may have energised the youth of Ejura to attack the military the more.

Sacrificing truth and accuracy on the altar of being the first to break a news story? If anyone will plunge this country into chaos, it is the likes of Manasseh and his band of ignorant journalists, who are determined to foist a false narrative about events taking place in this country, and hide behind “culture of silence” when they are exposed.

Manasseh's Facebook post
Manasseh’s Facebook post