Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyepong, a member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency on the ticket of New Patriotic Party and owner of Kumasi-based Ashh FM has fired Daasebre Adjei Dwemena who was reported missing on December 7, 2016.
The journalist, who reportedly faked his disappearance on the elections day only to show up last Saturday on the 7th January, 201 has been asked to leave the station with immediate effect for casting a slur on its image with his conduct.
An incensed legislature is quoted as asking the reporter to “disappear from his station” or incurs his wrath.
Daasebre Adjei Dwamena if it would be recalled was finally found after three weeks of fruitless efforts to trace his whereabouts last Saturday morning.
Credible information has revealed that the entire disappearance claim was staged in concert with some colleagues for reasons yet to be uncovered.
It was a popularity stunt a security source revealed, considering the circumstances under which he reportedly went missing only to show up from his hideout last Saturday morning.
According to the embattled journalist who has come under a barrage of attacks from members of the inky fraternity, he received a directive from anonymous man of God to pray for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at a secret location.
In honoring the directive from the “Pastor”, he had to disappear and travel to a secret location to embark on the holy exercise he is not obliged to disclose to anyone.
“It is important to also pray even though we work on radio. I was not supposed to go and pray with anyone because it was supposed to be a secret exercise. I went to pray for Nana Addo’s victory at the place where no one is supposed to know”, he claimed.
However, Kennedy Ohene Agyepong, the owner of Ashh FM find the reason given by the “lost but found presenter” not so tangible, therefore, he has been fired from his post.