Editors of the Daily Post last night decided to drop one of their front-page stories which has to do with Mr. Kwesi Pratt Jnr, the Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper.
The decision to drop the story, according to the editorial team, is to give Mr. Pratt the opportunity to mend his ways especially his treachery, double standards and hypocrisy which they say was becoming a vexation to the spirit.
“We have time and again told Mr. Pratt that he has no moral right to attack Former President Rawlings. However, like a man living in a glass house but throwing stones, he is quick to attack the Former President on the very issues he, Kwesi, is more than guilty” Livingston Pay Charlie, Deputy Editor of the Daily Post said yesterday.
“We are not unaware that Mr. Pratt is doing all that he has done so far to please Ato Ahwoi. We are serving him with the last warning to stay off Rawlings or get his ‘nose bludgeoned’ by us” Michael Dokosi, the Editor added.
According to the editors, Ato Ahwoi has lost their respect for being a very divisive person within the NDC. They said they were ready anytime for his ‘dogs of war’ anytime he unleashes them, promising to deal ruthlessly with any of them who dare attack former President Rawlings unjustifiably.
“As for Mr. Pratt, if he persists, we will ensure that not even the devil will like to be his friend. We shall expose him for the charlatan and trickster he is. We are going to be monitoring him on every radio network day in and day out especially on the ‘Alhaji and Alhaji’ programme on Radio Gold as well as on the Kokroko programme on Peace FM. We shall read each line of the contents of his newspaper, The Insight. If he attacks Rawlings unjustifiably, we shall reply him appropriately by setting the records straight,” Peter Kojo Apisawu, the News Editor of the paper quipped.
The trio said they consider Pratt’s side-kicks, especially Okudjeto-Ablakwa and Omane Boamah as hummingbirds when it comes to politics and warned them to desist from attacking the founder of the NDC.
“If they were taught not to respect their elders when they were in the NPP, they should realize that they are now in the NDC where elders command respect” Michael Dokosi stressed.
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