Renowned radio personality and Chief Executive Officer of Oxzy FM, Alfred Kwame Larbi aka DJ Oxygen, has rubbished claims that, the leader of De-Eye group, Nana Wireko Addo, is a militant or leader of a militia group.
Mr Larbi who says he knows Nana Wireko Addo has also stated it was unfortunate for the documentary to describe the group he was leading as a militia group.
According to him, he personally knows the leader of De-Eye group and will at all times, vouch for him as a peaceful, law abiding and patriotic Ghanaian who will not hurt a fly.
Reacting to the controversial expose by the Joy News group, he said, it was improper for the investigator to have tagged the group as a militia because it was no where near a militia.
“Nana Wireko Addo is not a leader of a militia. He is a law abiding citizen and cannot be tagged as a leader of a militia group.”
He indicated Nana Wireko Addo has been a personal guard of the president over the past 20 years.
Meanwhile, the group has sued Multimedia and Manasseh Azure and demanding for GHc10 million.
The group says the documentary’s claim that it is operating a militia group with the complicity of the ruling New Patriotic Party is slanderous and defamatory and was made without any reasonable or just cause.
The company is also asking for an injunction against the further airing of the video documentary, as well as an order directed at Multimedia and Manasseh to retract the publication of the documentary and render an unqualified apology.
Other reliefs sought by the company in a writ it filed in Accra on Wednesday, March 13, include general damages and co