Multimedia denies Kennedy Agyapong’s allegations

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Multimedia denies Kennedy Agyapong’s allegations

Lawyers for the Multimedia Group (radio station operators including Joy FM and Adom FM) said the media conglomerate was considering its legal options after Assin Central MP Kennedy Ohene Agyapong accused its staff of demanding money from government officials. .

In a statement issued on its behalf by an Accra-based law firm, A-Partners B Law, Multimedia said it “takes outright lies of wrongdoing, including illegal piracy seriously. ‘sabotage ethics reporting against the government, criminal blackmail, corruption and hawkishness “.

Mr. Agyapong allegedly made the allegation on Friday July 9, 2021 on Net 2 TV.

Meeting of Agyapong with the CEO of Multimedia

The statement said that although Multimedia Group CEO Mr. Kwasi Twum had a meeting with Mr. Agyapong, the purpose of this engagement was to petition the decision to reduce the transmission coverage radius of some radio stations to 45 kilometers.

“This petition, delivered and received by the sectoral ministry on May 11, 2018, was issued and signed by the management of ten radio stations including OMAN FM from KENCITY MEDIA LTD. A copy, used in court on the subject, is attached hereto for the avoidance of doubt.

“That the group of stations operating within a radius of coverage of 100 km, fearing the devastating impact of the threat of reduction of their established audience and of the investments made on the strength of the range of existing frequencies, estimated, out of courtesy, that the said meeting would be held with him as Chairman of Parliament’s Communications Committee.

“It should be emphasized that the CEO also did not go out of his known character and established professional conduct to discuss anything personal or separately pertaining to Joy FM / MGL as a company and certainly never a word about the falsely claimed concerns of its Staff.

Staff meetings with Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko

During the sighting, of its staff at the residence of a leading member of the New Patriotic Party, Mr. Gabby Asare Otchere Darko, the statement said they were there on official business related to media interviews, interactions and the possibility of joining Asaase Radio.


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