NDC government communication team member, Sam George has launched a suites of nebulous attacks on workers of peacefmonline.com, a cable network subsidiary of Peace FM, Despite Group of Companies.
The communication specialist, referred staffs and management of the leaked cable network as “The guys at Abeka Junction”.
On his latest trending onslaught Mr. George volubly declared his annoyance with the reporters and accused them of constantly crafting stimulating headlines and unprofessionalism.
“I have in recent times had my gripe with the guys in the Ship House at Abeka Junction. Especially for the twist and sensational headlines they give”
Peacefmonline on Sunday 21, 2014 featured a news item headed “If 230 MPs Make Laws For Ghana, 740 Delegates Can Make A Prez – Nana Addo”. It is against this backcloth that Sam took the entire workers to public ridicule by suggesting incompetence.
He attacks the accuracy and credibility of the entity for not knowing ‘basic National Facts’
The NDC communicator has also been throwing potshots on social media especially facebook at peacefmoline, writing disclaimer anytime he expresses ‘personal opinions’ on national discussions.
Meanwhile peacefmonline is yet to respond to Sam George’s diatribes.
Below is Mr. George outright conniption:
Sam Dzata George with Ohenenana Obonti Krow and 18 others
Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe Jr., Kwame Boafo Akuffo and Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, good morning. Hope you are all doing well and getting ready for communion with our Maker.
A quick one. I have in recent times had my gripe with the guys in the Ship House at Abeka Junction. Especially for the twist and sensational headlines they give. I want to believe that your Boss has also become a victim. I do not want to believe He really said what they are reporting.
I will be shocked to the bone if GrandPa is unaware that we have 275 Members of Parliament. He is quoted as saying 230 MPs. That changed since 7th January 2013.
Is this the Abeka Junction guys at their ‘thingy’ again or is it that you guys failed to bring GrandPa up to speed?
Raise Words but not Voice.
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