Sonnie Badu exits UTV over alleged NPP thugs
Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Sonnie Badu runs for his life after many of thugs entered into Ghana’s local Television ‘United Television (UTV)’ yesterday October 7, 2023.
He revealed that, his team received an alert during their preparation to take part of the show as a panelist of the United Showbiz
According to him, the security alert indicated that the thugs are affiliated to the governing NPP. In a video, Sonnie Badu says he saw about 50 thugs invading the premises of United Television. Due to the situation his team decided not to allow him to take part of the show.
One of the producers confronted Sonnie Badu to leave the premises for safety purposes. Sonnie Badu appreciated the decision of the producers and also thanked God for his life. Currently Sonnie Badu not obtained any injury after the incidence.
Alleged thugs, believed to be the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) affiliated invades Ghana’s entertainment program that is broadcast every Saturday 9PM to 12PM on the 7th October, 2023 during livestreaming.
During the introduction by the host Gloria Akpene Nyarku-Acquah known in the media space as MzGee, Strange voices heard from the background. Due to that, the program eventually took off air.
Report circulating emerged after the interruption production suggest that some group of men came through the studio.
According to the report, the main goal for invading the show is that, they were looking for a regular panel of the show Kwame Asare Obeng known as A Plus.
One of the men was busy shouting that ‘We’re protecting our political party’
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