Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister of Information, has exhorted the media to be capable in the inclusion of emergencies and clashes to forestall the acceleration of such circumstances.
Mr Oppong Nkrumah, talking at a media commitment in Ho, hence, encouraged the media to be prudent, honest and verifiable in their reportage.
The program was sorted out by the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) and the National Media Commission (NMC) in the wake of crimes of a gathering calling itself “secessionists” in the Volta Region.
He complimented the media in the Region for indicating elevated level of demonstrable skill with respect to the “secessionists gathering,” requesting that they keep on maintaining the enthusiasm of the country and guarantee solidarity.
The Information Minister, likewise the Member of Parliament for Ofoase-Ayirebi, said the Government was attempted limit building programs for writers to hone their abilities and guarantee polished skill.
He advised morning show hosts to profile their specialists appropriately and draw in students of history, scholastics and specialists when talking about issues of public interests to teach the public better and abstain from increasing strain.
Mr Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh, the Chairman of the National Media Commission, said columnists ended up sincerely busy contending issues, impacts and interests and that they ought to be unbiased and run after the public enthusiasm consistently.
“Keep up your impartiality and don’t tune in to what everybody is stating yet tune in to the greater part voice, which consistently end up being the voice of God,” he said.
“Language is basic to correspondence, to communicate slants yet use it to construct fellowship and comprehend there is just a single Ghana and the nation we are battling for.”
Mr George Sarpong, the Executive Secretary, NMC, beseeched writers to be wary about accomplishing balance among truth and the public intrigue, which were fragile talk to explore.
He reproved columnists to abstain from offering authenticity to “marked criminal hoodlums,” which gave them such media space to spread their loathsome and parochial plan.
Mr Affail Monney, the President of the GJA, said the Association was checking improvements with respect to the exercises of the ”secessionists” in the Region and approached the media to be reasonable, adjusted, precise and objective in their reportage.
He said the GJA was requesting from columnists to show dependence on the major standards and estimations of the reporting practice.
Article Two of GJA Code of Ethics underscored that the columnist must come clean consistently, nonetheless, the cardinal standard in news-casting, which expressed that the reality of an issue was insufficient avocation for saying it, must guide writers on the significance to be nationalistic consistently, he said.
Dr Archibald Yao Letsa, the Volta Regional Minister, said the Region was prepared for business and encouraged all advancement accomplices and financial specialists to jump aboard to put resources into the serene district.
He said the Volta Region had become part of the 16 regulatory areas of the nation and nothing could remove any piece of it, consoling that the security device of the nation were on head of the issue.
Mr Anthony-Bells Kafui Kanyi, Volta Regional Chairman of GJA, depicted the commitment as opportune, guaranteeing that the professionals would utilize their foundation to advance public incorporation and union.
He said the “secessionist gathering” and different individuals from the general public had been mounting tension on the media since 2017 to give inclusion to their exercises and on scarcely any events went under genuine boisterous ambushes for pronouncing power outages on the gatherings.
Mr Kanyi said the media was on head of issues notwithstanding those difficulties among others like chieftaincy, strict, ethnic and land questions, intra and bury ideological group clashes.
He said they would keep on soldiering on to keep the solidarity of the Region and nation flawless.