21st June 2024

With just about two weeks into the December 7 general election, it has been alleged that media giant, Multimedia Group Limited, has taken some $50million ‘bribe’ from some saboteurs of the governing NPP to unleash series of unsubstantiated corruption allegations to paint the government black. This is with the hope of swaying voters to vote against the NPP and its flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

Concerned Voters Movement (CVM), a Civil Society Organisation that made the allegation, alleges that the Multimedia Group Limited is to use its platform to cause public disaffection for the NPP by pushing the agenda of scandals hiding behind the investigative work of Martin Amidu, the former Special Prosecutor and Daniel Yaw Domelevo, the Auditor General who is currently on leave.

“It has come to the attention of Concerned Voters Movement(CVM) that the Chief Executive Officer of Multimedia Group Limited, Mr Kwasi Twum has allegedly received over $50million from some saboteurs with the sole aim of using his media conglomerate Joy News, Joy FM and its sister Stations to destroy the chances of President Akufo-Addo and the NPP Government ahead of the 2020 general elections,” President and Founder of CVM, Razak Kojo Opoku alleged.


Pressure mounts

CVM has also alleged that, unable to prosecute the work with satisfaction, especially as the first agenda against the National Lottery Authority (NLA) failed, contractors of the agenda are on the neck of the media giant and its CEO to find every straw to clutch to and label the government as corrupt.

“Those who  allegedly offered Mr Kwasi Twum $50million, according to inside sources within Multimedia Group Limited, are on his neck to do everything possible to destroy the chances of NPP, and if that becomes successful they are allegedly ready to offer his company Multimedia Group Limited a contract  worth over $200,000million after the Victory of NDC and John Mahama in the December 7 2020 general elections,” CVM said.

“The interest of Multimedia Group Limited has overshadowed the company’s professional and ethical considerations,” CVM added.






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