The Chairman of the National Media Commission, Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh, has protected the dissident individual from Parliament of Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, for displaying the image of the killed covert columnist on TV, a couple of months before his killing. The NMC seat stated, the way that the Assin Central MP uncovered the image does not make him guilty. As indicated by him, it was not suitable for individuals to censure Kennedy on the premise that he uncovered the character of the analytical correspondent – who worked with the praised columnist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
Talking on the StarrFM morning appear, the NMC manager said the issue ought to be taken a gander at in alternate points of view.
He said: “you cannot just condemn somebody merely because he exposed the photograph of another person, you must understand the circumstances of where he was also coming from.” “We must learn to look at things from certain perspectives. The fact that the photograph was released was not criminal. That he promised to reward anybody who might accost this gentleman is a different thing from exposing the photograph. What we must appreciate is that there is no right that is totally absolute.”
“The way that you set out to uncover different people groups bad behavior which is useful to society, there might be other people who may not bolster that. What is criminal is to recommend that you would compensate individuals who do what’s up,” the NMC supervisor noted. He anyway included the Police may welcome the MP in the event that they have bases to address him over the executing of the columnist. Ahmed Hussein was shot by shooters on a motorbike Wednesday night while in his vehicle driving home. He was allegedly shot multiple times, twice in the chest and another in the neck. Anas has affirmed on Twitter