The host of Kokrokoo on Peace FM, Kwame Sefa Kayi, has come under heavy fire from Ghanaian artist and media figure Blakk Rasta for neglecting to denounce the New Patriotic Party (NPP) infiltrator’s takeover of United Television (UTV).
He claims that Kwame Sefa Kayi’s acceptance of a position from President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has restrained him from criticizing the corruption in the nation, which is why he was unable to publicly denounce the NPP members who broke into his own business.
The contentious radio host claimed that Kwame Sefa Kayi would have resigned from his position as a board member of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) if he were him in order to distance himself from the Akufo-Addo-led administration.
“Taking an appointment with the devil, my brother, my sister is becoming the devil’s agent. I am glad that you [Kwame Sefa Kayi] are a member of the governing party [NPP] because you’ve been given an appointment that you accepted till today.
“Now that your UTV has been attacked, you don’t even have the courage to condemn it to the highest level. Saying ‘I am sitting and watching, which means you are waiting to see what will happen. I can advise you. I can only suggest; if I were you, I’d step down,” he said while speaking on the Urban Blend show on 3FM, which GhanaWeb monitored.
“Chairman General, the party is embarrassing you, right? If I were you, number one, I would not accept that appointment. Number two, in the name of honesty and in the name of neutrality, it would have been better for all these years that you have worked as a journalist of repute.
“You sat down; we all saw how this nation dwindled into oblivion, dwindled into the deepest parts of poverty and economic mismanagement. You sat down and watched E-levy become an albatross around our necks,” said Blakk Rasta.
After thugs reportedly connected to the government’s New Patriotic Party (NPP) attacked the UTV studios and abruptly stopped the live broadcast of United Showbiz, he reacted.
Anger-filled shouts could be heard in the background when host Mzgee announced the show seven minutes into the live broadcast on GhanaWeb. The host’s apparent uncertainty was followed by a protracted production pause before the show was finally taken off the air.
Numerous reports that surfaced following the abrupt halt in production claimed that a gang of guys who invaded the studios with aggressive intentions were responsible for the disruption of the program.
According to the reports, the agitated individuals had entered the studio with the apparent aim of confronting Kwame A Plus, who is a regular panel member on the show.
Subsequent videos shared on social media depicted a chaotic scene within the UTV studio, with several men calling out for A Plus.
“We are waiting for A Plus today… A Plus has to explain to us why he tore our paper from the NPP party. We are here, we are waiting for A Plus. We are protecting our party property,” one of the men is heard shouting in the studio.