Many were wondering why he left the station after helping to build their sports show to be one of the best in the country.
Many people speculated about it but to end all these speculations the man in the center of attaction has disclosed the reasons behind it and the amount involved in the deal.
According to the former member of Kessben sports he left because he had to sacrifice the now for the future.
He added that, he saw an opportunity that offered him a short term challenge and a long term relationship and network that he need.
Talking about the money I took, he said it on authority that, it is 20 billion old cedis and not 2 billion as they speculated
He shared this on his Facebook page, read full post below;
“So after almost 4yrs I decided to leave Kessben Media Group. I left on my own volition and from the CEO Mr. Kesse to the affable security man Blue Blue, everyone was hurt and sad. They just couldn’t accept why I wanted to leave but I wanted to leave and I did. Even though we have our failings absolutely, no soul at Aseda House can point to a moment i harmed or disrespected him or her during my time there. I discharged my duties conscientiously and by grace and hardwork became a better person than the one i was 4yrs ago. My mum spent hours on phone with Joe Lakka trying to figure out why I was leaving and they both ended up in tears. I left because I had to sacrifice the now for the future when I got the one year get out of jail card from my people in Europe. The time I spent at Kessben is one I don’t regret. I learnt a lot and look back on it with fond memories. The memories are going to be with me forever and the lessons are boldly ingrained in my system. I would’ve left last year September but for Joe Lakka. He literally took me under his wings and moulded me to explode into new frontiers. I have absolutely no problem with anyone there and I am so proud of Sir Joe and the crew and myself for what we achieved. I appreciate the calls and the quest to know what went on and why I left. The only reason is that I saw an opportunity that offered me a short term challenge and a long term relationship and network that I need. It was hard for all of us but we had to manage it well. I hope I don’t get more calls and mesages asking what went on because this is it.
And as for the money I took, it is 20 billion old cedis and not 2 billion as they speculated. I enjoyed my past and I am absolutely loving my present challenge. Sledge Bonnah and Nana Nana Kwaku Adomako Nuakoh know this all too well.
Good night guys.
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