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11-Sep-2018  
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Counselor George Lutterodt has described Ghanaian bloggers as “swine”.

According to the controversial Counselor, these “swine” that Ghanaians call bloggers are apparently shallow thinking group of journalists.

He made this shocking comment during an interview on Okay FM’s Drive show with Abeiku Santana as the host.

Counselor Lutterodt’s comments stemmed from heated arguments in the studios regarding Comedian DKB.

DKB was at GLO Laffta Fest which took place at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair in Accra on Sunday, September 9, 2018 to entertain the patrons but reportedly failed to crack their ribs.

The comic icon, who touts himself as Ghana’s King of Comedy, is said to have failed woefully to make the patrons laugh as he cracked his jokes.

DKB seems to have pissed the Counselor off for reportedly putting up an abysmal performance and in response to DKB, Counselor Lutterodt instead vented his spleen on media practitioners saying “you, these bloggers and these writers, you’re swines”.

The media has since the origin of Ghana played their role in the media space serving as a check on administrators of the country as well as being a conduit in which the general public gleans reports to inform their decisions and actions.

The media, as fourth estate of government, is a watchdog, an informant, reporter and law enforcement to ensure the right thing is done and information is disseminated across the nation.

Journalists or media practitioners and bloggers have been executing their duties within the parameters of journalism.

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Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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