Anas has ‘contaminated’ BBC; they’re now a ‘Cheap, foolish’ network — Kennedy Agyapong

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Kennedy Agyapong has now taken his fight to the British public service broadcaster, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) accusing them of allowing themselves to be remote-controlled by Ghana’s undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas describing them as “cheap and foolish”.

According to the Assin Central lawmaker, the BBC is at the beck and call of Anas who feeds them with falsified information about happenings in the country which they refuse to verify before going to the press insisting they are a bunch of foolish people who are cheapening journalism.

An enraged politician and businessman in an interview  monitored vowed to unmask Anas and his gang and his team on his return to Ghana from China where he is going for a business trip wondering why the BBC allowed themselves to be used in publishing untruths about him.

“BBC I have seen they have done a cheap publication that I call for his head. They are foolish and cheapening journalism because they are using Anas false information. Just look at the way CNN churn out their news and watch the BBC…they are cheapening themselves” he stated.

While heaping praised on the CNN, he called on the BBC to emulate best practices from them rather than rely on someone who is not credible to run down their reputation

“Anas could not have used CNN like the way he is using BBC. He is cheapening their image because they don’t even cross-check their information. He give you falsified information and you also go and post it there. Who called for his head?

Kennedy Agyapong added “If you are in Britain it does not make you a better person than me in Ghana. Nonsense!”

It would be recalled that the BBC last week reported the death of Ahmed Hussein-Suale and mentioning Mr Kennedy Agyapong in their report.

They were quoted as saying “After the BBC broadcast the film, Ghanaian MP Kennedy Agyapong circulated photos of Mr Hussein-Suale and called for retribution against him.

“If he comes here, beat him,” Mr Agyapong says in video published on news site“Whatever happens, I’ll pay.”

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