People read papers in Ghana’s capital, Accra. The industry has boomed since the 1992 constitution introduced freedom of the media. But how free is it today? 

This is just the beginning of exposing the President of Ghana Nana Akuffo Addo and the ruling party on how they used the media to steal votes for himself. See the picture below on how Adom TV and Joy FM twist and turn the result in favor of NPP the ruling party.

The NPP may pride itself on being the party that repealed the Criminal Libel Law, freeing Ghanaians from what the President Akufo-Addo called “unnecessary self-censorship”. Yet journalists continue to be attacked both on- and offline, often by supporters of dominant political parties and agents of the state. These attacks have often gone un-investigated and unpunished.  Watch this space for the biggest scandals as the unfold.

We can see revolution looming

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