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Ban all televisions and radio stations showcasing spiritualism – PNC General Secretary advocates

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The General Secretary of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Janet Asana Nabla has called on the President of the Republic of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and the authorities that matter to ban all televisions and radio stations that are showcasing spiritualism on their network.

Speaking to A1News, Madam Asana indicated that, the barbaric act of killing people for rituals may continue to occur in the country if tangible measures are not taken by the government to halt spiritualists who mount live television stations promising people instant riches.

According to the PNC scribe, it is as a result of spiritualism been allowed on live televisions and radio, enticing people of instant wealth and money that cause some people in society especially the youth to engage in killing others to get rich instantly.

Madam Asana comments came after the sad incident that occurred at Kasoa Lamtey in the Awutu Senya East Municipality in the Central Region, where a 10 year old boy had been allegedly murdered by two teenagers for money rituals.

According to the general secretary, We have to look for the people that are behind the cause of these things, because if TV and radio stations do not offer their platform for spiritualist to advertise in a big way and tell the whole public that they are capable of enriching people quickly, then the youth will not be pushed towards such barbaric acts.

Madam Asana blamed the minister of communication, the National media commission who are in charge of protecting our airwaves for sleeping on their jobs and urged the president to do something about the situation.

Madam Asana, therefore admonished parents to be vigilant about the media content that their children consume.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure |Ghana|

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