Mr Sarpong in the statement issued on Thursday, April 30, said the NMC is an unbiased entire body and does not take orders from the President or any other particular person
The Countrywide Media Fee (NMC) has dispelled information circulating social media and some mainstream media that, it has banned fetish monks from advertising on television.
Government Secretary of the Commission, George Sarpong, in a statement said, no these directive experienced been meted out to fetish monks, therefore, such information and facts must be disregarded.
“The story did not attribute its supply to any named person in just the Fee thereby, boosting questions about supply trustworthiness.”
Mr Sarpong also clarified that, the Fee is an autonomous overall body, that’s why, it will be unconstitutional should the President or any other man or woman or entire body, order the NMC to have out any motion.
“The Commission’s Recommendations on Religious Broadcasting consist of no provision which could remotely be interpreted to indicate what is claimed in the fake information,” he additional.
He additional expressed stress above the recent increase in bogus news in the Ghanaian mainstream media. Experienced journalists have to always be worried about the authenticity of the source prior to disseminating the information, he mentioned.