NDC’s unruly Prince Derek Adjei thrown out of radio station
Prince Derek Adjei, a member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Communications Team was on Monday thrown out of the studious of Kasapa FM during the morning show programme after he engaged in an unruly behavior.
The Deputy National Co-ordinator of the National Youth Council under the Mahama administration who’s noted for making a lot of mischievous statements during his discourse on radio, was at his incorrigible best while on the show.
In his initial comments on the Anas exposé few minutes after he had been introduced by the host, Prince Derek Adjei in his usual style went into extraneous issues and further stated that the embattled former President of the GFA, Kwesi Nyantakyi who was captured in a secret filming using the name of President taking bribe, among others mentioned deputy Chief of Staff Asenso Boakye as one of the persons to receive bribe from the supposed investors.
But the host, Kwaku Owusu Adjei who had earlier cautioned both Prince and Saaka Salia of the NPP to stick to the issues as there was limited time, sought to correct Prince that Mr Asenso Boakye’s name was never mentioned in the video by the undercover Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
But Prince insisted saying the host must have been sleeping while watching the video, hence missed out on the portion Mr Asenso Boakye’s name was mentioned in the film.
However the host who had no time for any buffoonery, maintained that Prince Derek Adjei leaves out the name of the deputy Chief of Staff in his commentary as Kasapa FM Morning show is a serious platform, adding that he’ll not entertain lies.
An angry Prince Derek Adjei then accused the host of doing NPP’s bidding following which the host asked that the former be taken out of the studio as he cannot continue the show with him.