VIDEO: Reports That The Multimedia Group Has Sacked Over 100 Employees Are Fake – Close Source Reveals

 VIDEO: Reports That The Multimedia Group Has Sacked Over 100 Employees Are Fake – Close Source Reveals

After Naa Ashorkor announced on social media last week that the Multimedia Group has terminated her contract, there were other reports that she was not the only one who was handed the sack letter.

It was speculated that the vibrant media company had also terminated the contract of about 100 other employees because they were going through some difficulties as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Apparently, these reports are not entirely true according to Mark Okraku Mantey, who happens to be the programs manager of Hitz FM and close to authority at the media house.

Reacting to the speculations on Peace FM’s entertainment review show on Saturday, Mark Okraku Mantey stated that the company has not laid off those wild numbers.

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He admitted that some people have actually been sacked and quickly clarified the perception that they terminated the contract of such people because of the coronavirus pandemic was not true as well.

According to him, they were plans to let people who were not doing much but taking huge salaries go before this whole pandemic.

Listen to him speak below

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