Over the past few weeks it has been noticed that Kojo Yankson has been missing in action from the show he’s hosted for a while now, the ‘Super Morning Show’.
Reporters don’t just go off air like that without explanation, and the obvious question is whether the notoriously scandal ridden broadcaster has been sacked or suspended by his employers, and a new report claims to have the answer.
Yankson, who has recently been making news for all the wrong reasons – from sliding into women’s DM on social media for s£x and his ‘chinchinga’ issues – was squarely at the centre of a busted blackmail plot, according to a report we’ve sighted, which led to him reportedly receiving a six month suspension.
The plot reportedly follows a plan to gin up corruption allegations against members of the current government and turn public opinion against them following a fierce media backlash.
Some of the individuals targeted in this plot includes Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, Chief Executive of COCOBOD Joseph Boahen Aidoo, Deputy Chief of Staff Samuel Abu Jinapor, Trade Minister Alan Kyeremanten and Director General of the National Lotteries Authority (NLA), Kofi Osei Ameyaw.
One example of the plot recently uncovered in the public domain was a forged bank statement from NLA which purported to show Mr Ameyaw has used state funds to buy jewellery for the first lady.
The story was disseminated into the media sphere as part of this supposed plot, but was later exposed to be a hoax.
According to the report, Yankson’s involvement in this plot, plus his other scandals in recent times involving his rampant libido, poor job performance and his conduct which many have complained against, led to the company to place him on a six month suspension, although many doubt he would ever be allowed to come back to his job.