State Broad Caster: GBC Backtracks in Possible Prosecution of TV Licence Fee Defualters

The governing board of GBC has this afternoon issued a press statement backtracking the much talked about TV licence fee and possible prosecution of Defualters and hence the setting up of a special courts to handle cases.

In a  press statement issued in an emergency meeting dated today 10th of January,2018,the board has weighed the challenges that had come with the implementation of the TV licence fee. The board noticing the outcry,anxieties,and apprehensions registered by the public with respect to the possible prosecution for non-payment.

This sudden backtrack by the state media house is intended to allay fears by the general public of possible prosecutions of non-payment of the TV licence fee. Also contained  in the statement and discussed in the emergency meeting,was an alternative ways  of finding a more sustained fudning module in the

Many people have criticised the content of services rendered by GBC to viewers as compared to the private media houses,who stand the chance of not be beneficiaries of this booty despite their much liked services. This,many see as a cheat and undeserving by the state broadcaster who despite government’s subvention  has performed below expectations.

Many see this sudden posture of the state broadcaster as a cowardice move,because many have promised to meet the licence fee collectors with mayhem  despite the law backing the move and thus could have triggered the sudden change in implementation.

Below is the press statement issued and signed by the board chairman Rev.Prof. Emmanuel Adow Obeng  (PHD):

 

 

Ayamga Bawa Fatawu is a community development practitioner, a Freelancer, Rural Reporter/blogger . He is also a Youth Activist and an environmental advocate. Being the administrator of www. Ghstories.com, Consumed by passion to serve the vulnerable and less privilege in society he gives voice to voiceless and also craves for attention from duty bearers to the plights of the most deprived areas in the country. He also has experienced in child protection having worked with an International Non-Governmental Organization . You can contact him via Phone Number :+233(0)-243154092/203810156 Email :sbloga@yahoo.com

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