Woeful Lies – Spectator Newspaper blackmails accountant
‘Yellow Journalism,’ professionals call it, illustrates conduct of novices who say they are journalists.
A case to reflect is one in the front page of The Spectator News – “NAS Accountant in Unlawful Dismissal,” published Thursday 23rd.
The story in its opening sentence has flaws of rotten willful mistakes that expose garbage of a cub reporter that is always on office patrols looking out for pittance-dons.
Spectator: “The accountant for Total Service Station in Aberdeen west end of Freetown, Moses N. Koroma who also doubles as Accountant for both the National Aids Secretariat and Medical Stores respectively is alleged to have unlawfully dismissed four of his workers for unexplained reasons without payment of terminal benefits.”
By the aforementioned quote, it is but disappointing that a reporter working for The Spectator could shamelessly report a story that is full of lies, yet, have it published on the front page.
Anyway, Moses N. Koroma is truly an accountant working for NAS- with office at King Harman Road. He is neither working as an accountant for the Total Service Station in Aberdeen nor the Medical Stores as recklessly alleged in story.
Uninterestingly, the reporter who virtually cannot define who, a journalist is, failed to dig out facts relating to the dismissal of Ibrahim Kargbo, Saio Koroma and Anthony Kamara.
Findings say all three persons are cheats and have had warning letters checkmating their involvement in criminal activities- stealing fuel bought by customers and fidgeting fuel machines.
Of course, Moses N. Koroma is a friend to the dealer and owner of the station in question. He acts as supervisor to the station manager who, solely wholly takes charge of the business of his brother.
Foday Thoronka is in charge of the said fuel station, acts as station manager and takes the fullest of responsibility on the operations of the business – later reported to the owner in United States! Bon!
Ibrahim Kargbo, who, in company of his sacked colleague, Saio Koroma, patrols media houses to relay blackmailing information against Moses N. Koroma, has been proved as having records for criminal overindulgences on issues of fuel theft- a thing no cub reporter is able to find out about.
Flaws as pasted on the front page of the Spectator publication of 23rd September, by no less a person but a man who calls himself a journalist – Cecil Cole Showers, seemed erroneous and bears libelous material which, to society, damns the credibility of a newspaper or the one to which the story is published.
“Look, any communication written or spoken that exposes someone to ridicule, hatred or contempt, causes him to be shunned or lowered in the esteem of rightful thinkers of society, disparage him in his office, business, profession or place is libel,” and don’t you ask question, just say yes ‘Sir.’
Findings have shown that Ibrahim, Saio and Anthony, on number of occasions, have received warning letters checkmating their conduct on issues relating to theft of fuel.
Reasons that lead to the sacking of all three persons as mentioned above were laid ON DESKS of The Spectator, but woefully ignored.
Warning: libel is an offence and punishable according to law. If you want to be a journalist quit saying things that are libelous! Lonta!
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