LETTER TO ANAS AREMEYAW ANAS
Let me first of start by congratulating you for the good work you are doing for the country to help fight corruption.
It tells every individual how passionate you are about the country. It was brilliant to start the documentary with the MAY 9th Disaster.
It brought a huge recall on how some Ghanaians lost their lives in line of supporting the nations premier leagues. Are you aware Ghana would have seen same if care wasn’t taken at the premier of the NUMBER 12?
I’m sure you have your own reasons of premiering your documentaries at social centers but don’t you think it would be safer and stress-free if a national television is chosen to premier it at a particular time just as you do for the international media such as the #BBC #CNN #Aljazera; since invitation to view is free? I got to the venue at exactly 3:06pm only to find out the time on the invitation wasn’t used as printed on the card.
I stood in a chocked crowd for 5hrs. People were heckled, some eventually gave up and left the venue. Those of us who got the chance to go in after 5hrs had to stand whiles the documentary was on going.
*IF ITS FREE, THEN IT SHOULD BE SHOWN ON OUR NATIONAL TV For STRESS-FREE and PREVENT POSSIBLE STAMPEDE. *
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