Soon after Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong's (KABA) death was confirmed, Ohemaa Woyeje took to Facebook and accused some of her colleagues at Multimedia of frustrating the young presenter, but that did not go down well with the family of the deceased.
Soon after KABA's death was confirmed, Ohemaa Woyeje took to Facebook and accused some of her colleagues at Multimedia of frustrating the young presenter.
According to her, some people who came to the memorial service are only hypocrites who were not on good terms with the late broadcast journalist when he was alive.
She said, “KABA told me about one woman from Multi TV who frustrated him a lot especially when he was on TV.”
Though Ohemaa Woyeje failed to name the person, she further described the person’s tears and mournful act as fake.
But the family of the deceased were not happy over such comments.
They argued that such comments are not needed at this time, considering the family is still grieving over their loss.
Ohemaa Woyeje has since apologised, saying that her earlier claims about the death of her former colleague were completely taken out of context.
In a Facebook post, she also denied being sacked from the Multimedia Group Limited over the said comments.
Below is the full post:
Good morning good people,
Last week I posted series of updates on my social media handles that inadvertently started a furore. My statements were completely taken out of context. My apologies to the family of my late colleague KABA for the distraction from our moment of grief.
I also sincerely apologise to the entire family at Multimedia Group Ltd. My posts were misrepresented. I'm deeply sorry.
Let me state categorically that I remain a proud member of the Multimedia family.
MGL is a great place to work.
Long live Multimedia
One Love Still