National Media Commission orders Kwame Sefa Kayi to apologize to former DVLA Boss or lose his media license

Ghanaian agency mandated with the responsibility of registering, regulating and monitoring the activities of activities of medical houses in Ghana has given out an order to Peace FM’s Kwame Sefa Kayi.

The National Media Commission has ordered award-winning broadcaster, Kwame Sefa to apologize to former DVLA Boss.

The National Media Commission has however said that failure on the part of Kwame Sefa Kayi to apologize to former DVLA Boss, Mr. Yao Amegashie will lead to him losing his media license as a broadcaster.

One may ask why this order from the National Media Commission?

According to information available to and an issue before the National Media Commission, it has been reported that Kwame Sefa Kayi was heard in a tape recording making claims against the former DVLA Boss.

Claims by Kwame Sefa Kayi has it that, Mr. Yao Amegashie was asked after the time when former president, John Agyekum Kufour was sworn into office as president to proceed on leave.

In 2009, under the presidency of the late John Evans Ata Mills, the former DVLA Boss, Mr. Yao Amegashie was called back into his position according to claims by Kwame Sefa Kayi.

Mr. Yao Amegashie who found Kwame Sefa Kayi claims to be untrue and offensive made a report to his Lawyer.

His lawyer, Dometi Kofi Sokpor was ordered by the former DVLA Boss to report the untrue and offensive claims by Kwame Sefa Kayi to the National Media Commission.

Receiving the complaint from the lawyer of Mr. Yao Amegashie, the National Media Commission investigated the issue which took several years and has found Kwame Sefa Kayi guilty for his claims.

Kwame Sefa Kayi has however been ordered to render apology to the former DVLA Boss, Mr. Yao Amegashie.

Sefa Kayi has also been order to render an apology via publication on the official news portal of Peace FM for Ghanaians and the world to know that his claims were bogus and that it came from his own imaginations

In a statement, the National Media Commission explained that has the powers to revoke the license of the any media person or journalist who flout the orders and laws of the National Media Commission as stipulated in the National Media Commission act.


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