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My wife pressured me to quit EIB because I wasn’t paid for 7 months – KOD

Seasoned radio and media personality, Kofi Okyere Darko, better known as KOD in the media space has revealed that he suffered pressure from his wife to quit his job at Starr FM at the time the company was in big crisis.

Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi popularly known as Bola Ray in a presentation at this year’s International Youth Empowerment Summit held at the National Theatre on recent happenings at EiB network that led to the resignation of some high profiled presenter revealed that EIB as a company went through some very hard times that he had to delay payments of salaries for 7 months.

This according to KOD made him suffer huge pressure from his wife to resign from Starr Fm consequently from EIB Network.

According to KOD, his wife suggested he quits and leaves for another job.

The radio icon explained that his wife thought he was being unfair to her so he had to allow Bola Ray to intervene and speak to her.

“There are other people who had stress from family. I did at some point. My wife was worried. In actual fact at a point, Bola had to call her personally because we’re family that Charlie we were going through a low tide and it’s not permanent we’ll overcome this. Bola had to call my wife,” he said.

KOD stated that “I had some pressure from my wife Charlie. Some people are leaving, why are you still there? I’m like no I can’t do this. I can’t do this I believe in loyalty. I’d done 18 years at Radio Gold. Do you know what it was like at Radio Gold? Radio Gold is very political so when NDC is in power, they’re in a good place. When they’re in opposition they’re in a bad place. So in and out and I stayed for 18 years. I know how to deal with these things”.

Source: ghbase.com

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