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Majid Michel blasts Ghanaian Journalists (Video)

Ghanaian actor Majid Mitchell has lambasted journalists for what he calls sensational reportage.

Speaking at the media launch of the 2017 edition of Actors, Presenters, Professionals and Musicians for Christ (APPMC) ., which will take place at the International Conference Centre on 8th December, 2017, the ace actor lamented over the way writers and reporters seemingly take interest in negativity more that prime focus of issues.

During the launch which was addressed by Timothy Bentum, a founding member of the Presenters, Professionals and Musicians for Christ (APPMC), a section of the media representation including Ghanacreativearts.com reporter present was given the opportunity to ask questions which obviously provoked Majid Michel.

Asked whether the whole declaration for Christ and the recent scenes of preaching and praying by these actors were real or for fun, Majid Michel became immediately angry and turned the whole launch to ” an atmosphere of lecturing and bashing of the media” because he does not understand why he is being doubted.

There is a wrong perception that all individuals in the spotlight indulge in one vice or the other and don’t have a Jesus factor. It’s against this background that Actors, Presenters, Professionals and Musicians for Christ (APPMC) was born to erode that perception and also to use our fame and influence to evangelize and win souls for Christ,” he said.

As part of this year’s activities, there will be free health screening and a designated area for kids filled with bouncy castles, swings and face painting to make the event complete for the whole family.

Some of the speakers and musicians to grace the occasion on that day are Majid Michel, Pascal Amanfo, Timothy Bentum, Jeremie Van Garshong, Martha Ankomah, Eugene Zuta, Joe Mettle, Cecy Twum, Abena Ruthy, Akese Brempong and many others.

Ghanacreativearts.com

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