A Royal Tv “Atesem” pundit, Bishop Wofa Lumba, who had not been seen recently on the Royal TV morning show program has disclosed that he was sacked just because of proposing to one of the female student of ASK MEDIA Training Institute, a media school of Mr. Amankwah, who is the CEO of the Royal TV.
Wofa Lumba, who worked with Royal TV for three (3) years revealed that he was been beaten by some unknown macho men and absented himself from work for just for a day but the CEO of Royal TV paired him with two people the next day on “atesem morning show”.
According to him, a female student reported him to the CEO of Royal TV for having affairs with her and investigation was done but truth came out and he was innocent. He said that instead of the CEO should invite him and apologize to him, they rather suspended him from working for some days and later paired him with two pundit on the morning show.
He added that the host of the morning show, Oheneba Serwaa Bonsu, know what she said to the CEO and if the same person is praying for his downfall. This made him quite the RTV Atesem morning show.
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