A few days ago there was news about Chief Justice setting up a court purposely to prosecute defaulters of Television licence fees.
But the controversial musician, Kwame Asare Obeng aka A Plus who thinks it is nonsense to institute such a court has vowed never to pay a dime for TV licence fees.
According to the Kwame A Plus, he is willing to be the first defaulter to be jailed.
You could soon be in trouble for not paying your tv license fee, as a new breed of court is being set up to purposely deal with defaulters.
The Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, has ordered the new court to be set up following a request from the national broadcaster, GBC.
This is one thing that is pretty obvious to anyone who follows any of the state broadcaster’s stations, as the same old faces keep recurring and new talent rarely gets a chance to shine.
It is something that is pretty talked about as well, because it is a normal part of being in the civil service in Ghana. People are entrenched in their position, irrespective of performance- and whilst they do not carry out their jobs properly, they also resist all kinds of innovations that could improve things.
According to a Facebook user-Percy Osei-Appiah, he was at Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) yesterday for an interview and found the above notice on one of the glass doors—and though this seems to have shocked a lot of people on facebook, real GTV viewers wouldn’t be shocked because GBC serves stuff like this all the time. GTV … Read more