They were sacked after a ‘coup‘ attempt on Bola Ray – Kofi Asamoah drops more details amid KOD and Jon Germain’s departure from EIB Network (video)

As earlier reported by GistAfrica.net on the resignation of revered media personalities, Kofi Okyere Darko popularly known as KOD and colleague Jon Germain, from EIB Network, movie maker Kofi Asamoah has finally revealed what really necessitated their move.

Peace FM‘s Akwasi Aboagye had earlier on his entertainment review show, disclosed the reason for the exit of KOD and Jon from EIB Network.

Akwasi Aboagye in a video monitored by Gistafrica.net, revealed that KOD and Jon Germain were fired by EIB Network boss, Bola Ray because they were leading a certain group on WhatsApp, made up of their colleagues, to stage a demonstration against the management because their salaries were not forth coming, after which some colleagues in the group secretly alerted  the management leading to their sack.

Adding up to Akwasi Aboagye‘s disclosure, CEO of Kofas Media, Kofi Asamoah confirmed KOD and Jon Germain did not resign from the renowned media entity as they have stated on their social media handles but rather were sacked respectfully.

He dared both to publicly submit their resignation letters if they believe he’s lying.

Watch video below;

 

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