Victor Nanka-Bruce, the NDC Constituency Organiser for Cape Coast South, has issued an unqualified apology to the management of Kastle FM following an incident on Thursday, February 8, 2024.
In his letter of apology, Nanka-Bruce expressed deep regret for his actions and acknowledged that he had no intention of disrespecting the reputable station. He emphasized his appreciation for the valuable services provided by Kastle FM to the people of Cape Coast and surrounding areas, recognizing the station’s high standards.
It is worth noting that on Thursday, February 8th, 2024, Victor Nanka Bruce, representing the NDC, was involved in a heated altercation with Adu Yeboah, the NPP’s representative, which nearly escalated into physical assault. Nanka Bruce perceived Yeboah’s remarks as a personal attack, leading to the tense situation.
Nanka-Bruce admitted that he should have exercised restraint during a disagreement with a co-panelist on the Joint Caucus program. He acknowledged that his attempt to engage in a verbal altercation was inappropriate and did not reflect well on the station’s image.
The NDC Organiser reiterated the regrettable nature of his actions and sought forgiveness from the management, staff, and listeners of Kastle 90.3 FM. He expressed hope that his sincere apology would be accepted.
In response to Nanka-Bruce’s apology, the management of Kastle FM has expressed appreciation for his gesture and emphasized the importance of maintaining professionalism and respect during on-air discussions. They have accepted his apology and expressed their commitment to upholding the station’s standards of excellence.
The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of constructive dialogue and mutual respect in public discourse, and both parties have expressed their commitment to fostering a positive and productive relationship moving forward.