Ghana prides herself with about 100 radio and TV stations with over 2,000 journalist.
Mostly, journalists are expected not to disclose their political affiliation, but opening up your political party is not a crime in Ghana.
Listed below are names of Top 4 Journalists in Ghana Who Have Revealed Their Political Affiliation.
KWAME SEFA KAYI
Kwame Sefa Kayi A.K.A Chairman General is one of the most popular and award winning journalists in Ghana.
He is the host of one of the most popular radio morning shows in Ghana, “Kokrokoo” on Peace FM.
He has revealed to the public on several occasions that he is politically affiliated to the ruling New Patriotic Party.
In 2015, he stated that should an opportunity come from politics, he would take it.
NANA KWABENA BOBIE ANSAH
Kwabena Bobie Ansah is one of the finest political talk show hosts in Ghana with over 15 years of experience from a number of media companies.
He used to host “Ekosii sen” on Asempa FM until he got fired in 2012 in what he said was an agreement with the then opposition NPP and the officials of the Multimedia Group Ltd.
He is currently the host of “Citizen Show” on Accra-based Accra FM.
Nana Bobie Ansah has openly stated that he is a member of the National Democratic Congress, which he said was the reason he got fired from Multimedia Group Ltd.
Gabby Otchere-Darko is a Ghanaian journalist and lawyer. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Statesman newspaper.
Gabby Otchere-Darko has a major voice in the New Patriotic Party and is the cousin of the President and leader of the NPP, H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo.
Recently, he and his nephew, Gyankroma Akufo Addo established Asaase FM which is based in Accra.
SALIFU ‘MUGABE’ MAASE
Salifu Maase popularly known as Mugabe Maase is an award winning journalist who started working with UK-based Radio Focus in London before he moved back to Ghana.
He is the host of “Inside politics” on Osu-based Power FM.
Mugabe has revealed to Ghanaians that he is a full member of the NDC since he started working on Montie FM.
Mugabe became popular in Ghana after the ‘Montie trio saga’, which they were later pardoned by the then President, John Mahama.
Source; opera news