Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, in his usual style publicly chided a ‘rubbish’ British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reporter for not asking him ‘intelligent’ questions; MyNewsGh.com has filed.
He described a question posed by the BBC interviewer Thomas Naadi about whether he contributed to Ahmed’s death as ‘rubbish’, advising that the journalist should, ‘ask intelligent questions’.
“The motive behind… for circulating those pictures was to warn Ghanaians of that guy when they come to their premise because that is what they do,” the legislator said.
Mr Agyapong also sympathised with the family of the slain journalist adding that Ahmed was exposed to a lot of danger because of the nature of his work, he told the BBC.
Earlier, the controversial NPP legislator had said the BBC is a bogus media entity because their reportage on the murder of Suale was skewed to favour Anas.
In an interview that he granted Kofi TV monitored by MyNewsGh.com, the controversial MP expressed his disappointment at the BBC claiming that their reportage on Ahmed’s death implicates him.
Kennedy Agyapong rendering his disappointment said in twi “BBC too they have gone to make a cheap reportage that I called for his (Ahmed’s) head.”
“They (BBC) are foolish. They are cheapening journalism because they are using Anas’ false information”, he slammed.
The MP who is also the Chairman of Kencity Multimedia continued and said “Look at how CNN broadcasts their news and look at how BBC also broadcasts theirs. As for BBC, they are cheapening themselves”.
“Anas could not have used CNN like the way he used BBC. He is cheapening their reportage because they don’t crosscheck their information before reporting in line with the video Anas released”, he added
Here is Kennedy Agyapong’s dialogue with BBC reporter as covered by MyNewsGH.com:
BBC reporter: Did you contribute in any way to the death of Ahmed Suale?
Kennedy: That’s rubbish! Ask me intelligent Questions…
BBC reporter: Okay, what message do you have for Ahmed Suale’s fathers family.
Kennedy: Good. I sympathise with them and it is unfortunate.