Managing Editor of the Ghanaian Observer newspaper, Egbert Faibille has given indications he will rely on the Police to prosecute the case in which several muscled men attempted to manhandle him on the premises of Accra based radio station, Citi 97.3 FM.
According to the Legal Practitioner, though there are several legal options available to him, he will allow the Police to handle the case and explore those options at a later time.
Over 15 muscled individuals invaded the offices of Adabraka based radio station Citi FM on Saturday, in attempt to “deal with” lawyer Egbert Faibille for comments he made against PNC flagbearer, Hassan Ayariga.
The men, who claim to be seeking answers from the lawyer, arrived on various modes of transport including motorbikes and in buses.
Several of them, in their attempt to secure entry into the station, threatened the lives of several members of staff who attempted to speak to them.
Aide to People’s National Convention flagbearer, Akani Adam and member of National Democratic Congress Communication Team, Benjamin Akyena Brentuo walked out following comments by Egbert Faibille describing the presidential candidate of the PNC Hassan Ayariga as a side kick of the NDC.