If I had confirmed I was an Ewe, my beating would have doubled - Caleb details how he had to deny his ethnicity (Read more) | FUN, ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

If I had confirmed I was an Ewe, my beating would have doubled - Caleb details how he had to deny his ethnicity (Read more)

If I had confirmed I was an Ewe, my beating would have doubled - Caleb details how he had to deny his ethnicity (Read more)

If I had confirmed I was an Ewe, my beating would have doubled - Caleb details how he had to deny his ethnicity (Read more)

 Caleb Kudah and Zoe Abu-Baido work as media personnel for broadcasting giants Citi FM and Citi TV. 


They were arrested by the Ghana National security for filming cars left abandoned by the government, an ordeal they consider out of their limit.


After they were released they got the chance to tell their story about what transpired to them when they were in the custody of the National Security.


He said, it was so brutal that they beat him, punches, handcuffs him. He has to hide his ethnicity to save himself from more beating whiles been held. (he denied being an Ewe from Volta Region)


"If I had confirmed I was Ewe, my beating would have doubled" 


If a Journalist with an identity goes through such brutality, imagine what everyday Ghanaians have endured and continue to go through at the hands of some h0odlums in uniforms paid with our taxes.


Because Caleb Kudah is a journalist, the world is hearing his ordeal. There are many more Ghanaians out there who have suffered and suffering similar treating from our so-called security agencies. Ghana need to introduce a system whereby Citizens will feel more safe and secure.


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