Embattled businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome stormed the studio of Accra-based Citi FM Saturday, disrupting the stations flagship programme "The Big Issue."
According to Citifmonline.com, a visibly upset Alfred Woyome entered the studio just when panellists on Citi FM’s News Analysis Programme ‘The Big Issue’, the Executive Director of IMANI Ghana; Franklin Cudjoe, a member of the NPP and Legal Practitioner; John Kumah, and member of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Richard Amoah were sharing their varied opinions on the judgement debt and his alleged role in the saga.
Citi FM said it interviewed Woyome about a press conference he had organised before he stormed the studio an hour later, ruling out claims of bias.
The station's CCTV footage captured the embattled businessman and his aides invading the stations premises and pointing fingers at some of the workers there.
The aide attempted to smash the Operations Manager’s camera claiming he was taking photos of his misbehaviour, according to Citifmonline.com.
The incident happen minutes after veteran journalist, Kweku Baako had advise him against further public actions on the GH¢51.2 million judgement debt fraudulently paid to him.
"I don’t know if his lawyers have been listening to him, but if I were them I would have advised him to shut up. It is better so that everybody can focus on what is happening now," Kwaku Baako said on Newsfile.
At a press conference last week, Woyome said the Supreme Court is persecuting him after the court granted Martin Amidu the opportunity to orally examine him on how he spent the GH¢51.2 million paid to him.