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NMC’s Quietness On Basic Public Issue Stressing – Kabral Blay-Amihere


Previous Administrator of the Public Media Commission (NMC), Kabral Blay-Amihere says the Commission ought to be up and doing in considering state foundations and characters responsible.

As indicated by the veteran writer, the quiet of the Commission on state matters gets him stressed expressing that “their quietness could be interpreted as meaning that they are not up to their jobs.”

Talking on PM Character Profile, he noticed that the Commission has been commanded by law to guard and ensure press opportunity.

Nonetheless, because of some regulatory provisos, it can’t do its commitments successfully.

“My assumption is that whenever there is an attack on the media, regardless of the source, they ought to be quick to flag society to the coming tempest. It is interminable cautiousness, so defends ought to consistently be there,” he expressed.

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Refering to the just-finished political decision request documented by the 2020 NDC, the previous Chief to Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire was unshakable that before the conference initiated, the media ought to have taught the overall population on the cycles in question.

It very well might be reviewed that the Legal Help and the media had a few conflicts on the idea of reportage in front of the decision of the appeal hearing.

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As per the legal assistance, the names of certain judges were placed in offensiveness and in this way, requested such distributions be brought down.

However, a few partners in the media scene demonstrated that this activity was to smother the opportunity of the press.

In light of the issue, Mr Blay-Amihere was of the view that the activities of the Legal Assistance was “an endeavor to blue pencil the media.”

Albeit the previous NMC Seat noticed that he objects to the utilization of hatred law, he accepts that might have been a chance to fish out the said guilty parties in the web-based media space.

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“Be that as it may, you don’t ask the media to erase. On the off chance that you are searching for the wellspring of every one of those unwanted things that ought to be erased, you will not discover them on traditional press. You will not discover them on Bliss, PM Express? No. You may discover it on Facebook, Twitter so why not keep in touch with Facebook to bring it down,” he said.

Written by Edet Esah


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