Stan Dogbe calls BBC Journalist ‘useless’ over bus branding reportage

An unhappy Presidential Staffer, Stan Dogbe, has taken offence at a publication by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), over the murky bus branding saga that cost Ghana Ghc3.6million cedis.

BBC Africa, on its twitter handle (@BBCAfrica) posted an image of the bus showing President Mahama and former Presidents both dead and alive, and captioned it “Ghana’s Transport Minister resigns after nearly $1m spent on these posters of the President.”

It is unclear what may have angered Mr. Stan Dobge who, in response, tweeted “@BBCAfrica useless story written by a possibly useless journalist”.

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The offensive tweet followed this one “How many posters of the President do you see there? And you couldn’t find out what the project was about?”

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Mr. Dogbe has been criticized for supposedly reacting offensively to journalists who he feels may have misrepresented events concerning the incumbent government and the President.

In one of his altercations with a journalist who works with the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), he personally destroyed his recorder which was later replaced by the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA).

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