Dear Fadda Dickson and Peace FM,
You have stabbed Kwame Sefa Kayi not only in the back but in stark darkness as well with your letter forcing him to admit the NDC back to the most listened to morning show in Ghana, Kokrokoo.
I find the content of your letter recalling NDC to appear on Kokrokoo to be perfidious, a betrayal of trust reposed in you by Chairman General and the larger listening public of his show.
Much as we did not expect this battle to rage on forever, we also didn’t expect you to pronounce Sefa Kayi guilty in a matter that he did nothing wrong.
This is the most humiliating event that could ever happen to an ace broadcaster who was slandered by Sammy Gyamfi and his NDC in the manner that they did.
As if that wasn’t enough, Sammy Gyamfi took to Twitter a few days ago, contumely vilified Sefa Kayi and his show, and reiterated that the NDC is bigger than Peace FM and doesn’t need the media outfit to achieve electoral success.
For you to come out with this notification, creating the impression that Sefa Kayi was in the wrong and that the NDC was justified in the action they took smacks of treachery.
Courtesy demands that Sammy Gyamfi ought to render an unqualified apology to Sefa Kayi over the boatload of insults he rained on the show’s host before the party is admitted to the programme.
While we cannot discount the enormous strength and popularity of Peace FM and its affiliates, it would amount to deluding oneself to believe that without Sefa Kayi, this brand would have grown to become the envy of media outlets.
Having served Despite Media for these number of years, the least you could do was to subject Sefa Kayi to such a humiliating spectacle.
Whatever informed this decision to bring back the NDC is no one’s business. What is our business is how it was procured.
This is a travesty of justice and fairness. The innocent has been pronounced guilty whereas the guilty has been pronounced innocent.
Sefa Kayi has been made an object of derision thanks to this tactless and stale agreement you have come to with the NDC. This is disappointing, putting it mildly.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.