The Brotherhood of Anlo, a non-profit organization comprised of young Anlo men, is demanding an apology from Paul Adom-Otchere, the host of Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV, for his remarks against Togbe Afede XIV, the Agbogbomefia of Asogli State, for returning his Ex-Gratia.
The group found the remarks “disrespectful, derogatory, and discriminatory,” and hence they must be retracted.
On his Good Evening Ghana program, Mr. Adom-Otchere argued that the Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State had a history of poor attendance at Council sessions and did not deserve the stipend.
Mr Evans Amuzu, the Secretary/Convener of the association, urged the TV personality to stop from such “divisive conduct” in a statement signed and distributed to the Ghana News Agency.
It requested that Mr. Adom-Otchere retract his remarks, apologize to Togbe and the decent people of Ewe origin, and accord Tobge the same respect he would accord any other chief in Ghana.
Paul should be congratulating Togbe for being so patriotic by returning his Ex-Gratia to the government and, by extension, the people of Ghana who are suffering as a result of the economic catastrophe, the statement stated.
It thanked Togbe Afede for his donation of GH100,000.00 to each member of parliament in the three Volta Region coastal districts devastated by tidal waves.