My braids were being pulled and my spectacles slapped off my face. Let us work until the work is done. During and after the pandemonium, only one question echoed in my brain. The macho men had one goal — to incapacitate the media. I was standing next to a reporter from TV3, who had his camera out, while I had my smartphone out capturing the moment.
If things had gone further sour, my family and the family of the other victims would have been grieving during this festive season. The controversies regardless, that was the crux of his speech.
The aggrieved protesters were our focus, but instead, there were six fuming macho men in our shot. The well-built macho men resorted to attacking us.
Their initial plan was to petition the national executives and then talk to the media. Visibly furious NPP members from the Elembelle Constituency in the Western Region, had journeyed for about six hours to the National Headquarters, to register their displeasure concerning their polling station register.
His response might have been to only one journalist, but by extension, it goes for the other journalists present. The Ghanaweb journalist was not spared either.
The protesting Elembelle constituents rushed to our rescue and they received their share of the assault — there was chaos. The demeanour and actions of the macho security men portrayed a sense of security and surety — that they will go unpunished. This further inflated their already pumped up muscles as they charged at us [journalists] with an offensive aura.
On that day, the President placed a demand on the citizenry. My immediate thoughts after Mr. The threats to attack us and the actual attack happened simultaneously.
They completely trampled on our rights as human beings and as media persons. And the following statement highlights the exacts of his demand. This is what he said: Was our effort to get our job done criminal? By the time there was some semblance of calm, any gadget or object that could facilitate us getting the work done had been seized.
The TV3 reporter was served a slap, thrown down and kicked mercilessly. In response, my brain reversed to a statement made 11 months earlier by President Akufo-Addo.
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