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Don’t blame Bloggers for junk stories — Sammy Flex

Follow @eventlabgh < Sammy Flex & Nana Appiah Mensah (From Left to Right) Several questions are being asked on why...

By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at February 7, 2019


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Sammy Flex & Nana Appiah Mensah (From Left to Right)

Several questions are being asked on why Bloggers in Ghana are so make focused on disseminating information which later turns out to hoax or promotes negativity.

In series of tweets by Zylofon Media’s Head of Communications, Sammy Flex Baah from February 05 to February 07 registered his discomfort on the attitudes of valuable industry players and mainstream media outfits who hoard information which he thinks when shared will collectively provide remedies for our Ghanaian Creative Arts Industry.

The ill attitude of the Media, Industry Players and Creatives in Ghana is one of the major factors which contributes to our sickening industry. We solely agree with Sammy Flex as we also face challenges trying to verify rumors from the main source before our publications, some even decline our calls, those who pick up show no interest in furnishing us with facts to put out. These among some of the reasons why Bloggers or Entertainment Writers publish alleged information as facts.

The resolute answers to our woes in the Creative Arts Industry is to have a united front which enables the accession of information easy.

Kindly Checkout Sammy Flex’s Opinion Tweets Below;

Source: Beenie Words



Source: Beenie Words

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