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Accident: the tweet was ‘cloned’– Stan Dogbe
Posted by admin on 23rd October 2015


Presidential Staffer, Stan Dogbe has denied claims that he described persons involved in an accident on Thursday as “ordinary people”.

About 15 workers at the State House were involved in a near-fatal accident at Ako Adjei interchange in Accra on Thursday.

Stan Dogbe, hours after the incident occurred, is reported to have tweeted that the victims were not presidential staffers but just ordinary people.
But he has denied making such claims, saying the tweet was a cloned version of his twitter handle suggesting he had commented on the accident.

“I hear some human beings have photoshopped a cloned version of my Twitter handle and suggesting that I have commented on an accident that occurred earlier today. Ha ha ha!!! You people and your tired paymasters get problem. Big problem,” he posted on his facebook page.

Stan Dogbe has been criticized in recent times for making comments deemed offensive and insensitive in his attempt to protect the image of the presidency.

In a similar post on Facebook, he incurred the wrath of the Western Regional Branch of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) when he sought to clarify that journalists who were involved in an accident while giving coverage to the president, were not members of the Presidential Press Corps.