After all of his trials, Ghanaian media star KOD has pledged never to vote for the incumbent NPP party again.
KOD revealed in a recent Joy Prime interview that the NPP administration failed Ghanaians, making life tough and expensive.
He went on to say that in the forthcoming 2024 elections, he will vote for the opposing NDC party. KOD also explained how he finally left EIB Network after six months of not being paid.
KOD revealed in a recent interview with Roselyn on Prime Morning how his relationship with the boss of EIB Network, Bola Ray, ended on a terrible note.
According to him, he worked for six months without being paid, and the majority of the employees were in the same situation.
The EIB suspended employees who protested nine months of unpaid salaries on July 4, 2022, according to a revelation by media personality NYDJ.
Employees at the EIB Accra protested on Monday for the ninth month in a row because they had not been paid.
In a tweet, NYDJ stated that the dissatisfied employees had complained to their bosses before leaving for the evening but returned to work the next morning.
The EIB Network was once the home of media stars, but that is no longer the case, since most of these TV and radio luminaries have moved on to other endeavors. This list contains notable celebrities who were once faces or voices on EiB’s media outlets but have since left the Bola Ray-managed media business.