NDC: Serial callers boycott radio & TV programs

media-monitorsSerial Callers working for the ruling NDC in the Ashanti region say they won’t be heard on radio or TV defending or championing the achievements and policies of the incumbent John Mahama-led government.

They insist on meeting the leadership of the party before Wednesday.

Chairman of the group which works under the name Media Monitors Association; Abdul Latif Abdullahi (Julius Aghahowa) tells rawgist.com if leadership fails to meet them by Wednesday, a different course of action will be initiated.

A statement issued by the Association doesn’t make the grievances of the serial callers clear enough but rawgist.com believes based on reliable information it has received that the serial communicators feel neglected and unappreciated despite their role in keeping the government on the minds of people through their regular phone calls and text messages during political on-air programs.

The serial callers rawgist.com suspects, want to have audience to voice out certain on-goings regarding the party and the government in general they are unhappy about and make suggestions on the way forward.

Please read their statement below:


We the members of above mentioned association wish to inform the general public that effect from Monday 16th May, 2016. We’ll suspend calling and texting massages both Radio and TV programs in support of our dear NDC party and gov”t.

This tough decision was taken on Sunday 15th May, 2016 at the general meeting.

We want state that, until we meet the leadership of the NDC party, the decision will not be changed. Again if by Wednesday we did’t hear anything from the leadership of the party, different action will be taken.

We believe that this decision will go long way to serve the the best interest of the NDC party and gov”t.

We unfeignedly apologise for any inconvenience.

Thank you.
Julius Aghahowa (chairman)

Razak Tanko (Secretary 0205261996)

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