Authorities of Citi FM and Citi TV have met with the reality discovering panel set up by the National Security Ministry to examine cases of attack and infringement of rights against two of its writers and the intrusion of its premises in a Rambo-style by vigorously outfitted SWAT cops and a few agents of the service.
The service declared on May 13 that it had started examinations concerning the matter.
In the meantime, Citi FM on Monday authoritatively appealed to the National Media Commission to examine the May 11 assault on the station and the maltreatment of its columnists.
Caleb Kudah was captured and confined on Tuesday, May 11, 2021, for taking photos of some neglected vehicles left at the National Security Ministry.
After his delivery, his report of how he was abused and tormented by agents of the Ministry while in their authority along with the Gestapo-style attack of Citi FM/Citi TV by weapon employing SWAT men to capture Zoe Abu-Baidoo for accepting some photographs from him while at the Ministry started public shock.
Numerous associations have censured the assault and called for changes at the service.
The gathering was essential for the inside examinations reported by the Ministry of National Security into the occurrence.
Mr Kudah was at the Ministry to confirm a case by an authority of MASLOC that every one of the vehicles had been given out when he was captured.
This was after Caleb Kudah had before griped about the wastage of public assets via web-based media.
A group of vigorously outfitted SWAT cops thusly were dispatched to capture Citi News’ Zoe Abu-Baidoo Addo at the premises of Citi FM/Citi TV.
This is on the grounds that Caleb had sent a portion of the recording he caught to Zoe through WhatsApp.
Mr Caleb Kudah in a meeting with Bernard Avle on The Point Of View on Citi TV showed that he was slapped a few times by the security officials.
He likewise demanded that he was hit in the crotch by one Lieutenant Colonel Agyeman.
We’re truly keen on Caleb Kudah’s attack case, Citi FM intrusion – Christian Council
The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG), says it has taken a distinct fascination for the actual attack on Citi FM and Citi TV Journalist, Caleb Kudah, and the intrusion of the station’s premises by National Security agents.
General Secretary of the Christian Council, Dr Cyril Fayose, said such activities by the security workforce are inadmissible.
“We have an intense interest in this specific case since it influences us all, and we will finish it. We are additionally going to offer a public expression on it. Wrong will be off-base, and right will be correct. The right should be advanced, not some unacceptable. So we are in this battle with Citi FM and Citi TV.”
“It is a battle for us all to make the best choice. Indeed, even in cutting edge nations where the security mechanical assembly actually treats a portion of its residents ineffectively and in a profane way, I figure we ought to do everything inside our forces, so it isn’t repeated in our country. So we are with you and wish you the absolute best as we take part in this support,” he added.