Presidential Staffer Stan Dogbe Calls BBC Journalists Useless Because They Reported Facts On Governmental Corruption

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Stan Dogbe
Stan Dogbe

The arrogance of those running our country knows no bounds. And behaviour like this remains rife because the President enables it.

In fact, I don’t think you can rise high in the NDC unless you are perfectly irascible and practically oblivious to reality- and be an a** to boot.

Dzifa Attivor recently resigned after the bus branding saga, when the state somehow spent Ghc 3.6m just to put stickers of past presidents on these buses. A probe led to the state ordering Selassie Ibrahim’s Smartty’s, which executed the contract- to return Ghc 1.9m of the money paid them.

However, all the BBC had to do was report on Dzifa Attivor’s resignation to draw the ire of Stan Dogbe. When the BBC Africa handle tweeted the story, Dogbe responded by calling the reporter who did the story ‘useless’, also adding that they did not do their homework in reporting the story.

Stan Dogbe has proven to be pretty opposed to journalist’s whose views he does not like, recently smashing the recorder of a GBC reporter for apparently eavesdropping on his conversation. Since he escaped any punishment for that, either from his employers or the courts- he obviously feels unencumbered in continuing such deplorable acts.

And this guy works at the presidency! No wonder the country is going to hell in a handbasket.

See his offending tweets below…





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