The man at the centre of the controversial GHC 51 million judgement debt, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, on Saturday morning stormed the studios of Accra-based private radio station Citi FM to register his displeasure over comments made by the panelists on the matter, a report by the attacked station indicates.
According to the report, Mr Woyome, accompanied by two of his aids, says he was compelled to drive to the station because he was unhappy with comments by the panelists on the matter concerning the controversial judgement debt.
He entered the studio at the time when the programe :"The Big Issue" was ongoing, with the Executive Director of IMANI Ghana; Franklin Cudjoe, a member of the NPP and Legal Practitioner; John Kumah, and member of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Richard Amoah as panelist.
The panelist were sharing their varied opinions on the judgement debt and his alleged role in the saga, but Mr the embattled Wayome alleged some of the comments made were unfair to his reputation.
One of the aids is reported have engaged in "heated altercation with the Producer of the Show and the Operations Manager of the station and had attempted to smash the Operations Manager’s camera, claiming he was taking photos of his actions.