BBC’s ‘sex for grades’ not journalism – Karikari

Prof. Kwame is the dean of scientific tests communication reports at Wisconsin University in Accra

Communications professor and founder of the Media Basis for West Africa Kwame Kakari claims the BBC’s sexual intercourse for documentary does not in shape to be called a journalistic piece.

In accordance to him, the method employed by the BBC in producing the documentary are unable to be made use of by them [BBC] in other elements of the entire world including the United kingdom, Europe and the United states of america.

Talking to Starr Information Ibrahim Alhassan Wednesday, he said “I have a problem accepting that the system of developing a circumstance and calling it can be approved as . I’m pondering if the BBC would use the very same method to topics in the United kingdom or in Europe or in North America. I’ve not seen the BBC utilizing this method of somebody posing as a journalist, exposing a little something, and the BBC masking that journalist.”

“In investigative journalism, the journalist is regarded by the topic that the journalist is investigating, in other words and phrases the journalist doesn’t hide. So how occur the BBC is saying they are creating a situation on a person hand and calling it what it claims to be?,” he quizzed.

When asked if Africa has turn out to be a goal for the Western media, he explained “anything goes in Africa as considerably as the west is concerned about Africa. Not only the west, but most areas of the world. Simply because we as ourselves are not doing the job tough more than enough to decide ourselves from the ground. We are at the backs of everybody’s jokes and it does not shock me.”

Two lecturers of the University of Ghana have been interdicted in excess of the documentary which accuses them of abusing their positions.

Resource: Ghana||103.5FM

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