‘I knew that if I confirmed I was an Ewe, my beatings would have been double, double’- Citi FM’s Caleb Kudah

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Traumatized broadcast journalist with Citi FM, Caleb Kudah has insisted in a fresh interview conducted by Bernard Avle that if he had revealed his tribe to the men in uniform, his plight would have worsened.

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While shedding more light on his predicament after armed policemen besieged the premises of Citi FM in a Hollywood style to harass him and fellow journalist, Mrs. Zoe Abu- Baidoo Addo, Caleb says he hid his identity as an Ewe otherwise his beatings would have come in double proportion.

As published earlier on www.Ghbase.com, Caleb Kudah had previously narrated what he went through at the hands of the ‘unprofessional’ officers after he was detained and interrogated for hours on Tuesday, May 12, 2021.

“They pushed me and I sat on the chair. They [National Security operatives] slapped me from the back. I was trying to appeal to them that they had beaten me enough, but they were just slapping me from the back. I’ll be talking to another one and someone will just come and slap me from the back,” he sadly recounted.

He said one of the security operatives even kicked him in his groin.

The national security operatives arrested him for filming abandoned vehicles procured by MASLOC that had been parked at the Ministry for several years now.

The operatives subsequently raided Citi FM in an attempt to arrest Mrs. Zoe Abu- Baidoo Addo, who Caleb had sent some of the files he captured at the Ministry electronically.

But the management of Citi FM/Citi TV prevented the operatives from capturing Zoe. They subsequently escorted her to the National Security Ministry where she was interrogated.

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