IBK URGES GHANAIANS TO DESIST FROM VIOLENCE AHEAD OF 2020 EL …
Head of Marketing and Branding at Kingdom FM Accra, Kwabena Bediako Antwi-Dako affectionately called IBK, is urging all Ghanaians to ensure and pray for peace as the nation prepares for the 2020 polls.
He expressed worry about how media reportage in the country was becoming provocative and unfortunately attracting more audience against reports that promoted peace and development.
IBK said the media had a charge to keep the peace by reporting in a way that would not ignite violence, as well as not endangering the peace and stability of the country.
He asked the youth to avoid heated arguments in the media that would incite supporters.
“The media had a charge to keep the peace by reporting in a way that would not ignite violence, as well as not endangering the peace and stability of the country,’’ Kwabena Bediako Antwi-Dako told Kingdomfmonline.com
“Let me remind all of us that the December 7, election is not a do or die affair, but a contest of ideas and whoever wins is the one we will follow, “he added
Urging journalists to position themselves professionally, psychologically and spiritually to rise to the occasion, he said journalists sieve statement from politicians in order not to communicate their “blatant lies” to the populace.
Kwabena Bediako Antwi-Dako appealed to political parties to refrain from campaigning on ethnic and tribal lines as it tended to cause division among the people.
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Richard Obeng Bediako / Kingdom 107.7 FM / Kingdom TV/ Kingdomfmonline.com / [email protected] / Ghana / 2020