'Anas has always had a way of dictating the pace and leading the narrative. He has his own way of making you refuse to think on your own than think his way. This has been evident in all his exposé. I'm sad for the death of Ahmed. Tread cautiously well my people,’ Ebenezer Donkoh of YFm wrote.
I am saddened by this comment. Ebenezer Donkoh describes to us what he thinks of Anas, yet tells us that Anas makes us refuse to think on our own. If Anas does make us think his way, then it would be impossible for him to think the way he's now doing. He cannot say, ‘Anas has always had a way of dictating the pace and leading the narrative,’ and at the same time say, ‘he has his own way of making you refuse to think on your own...’ Both statements have to come from someone who freely thinks. What is more, it must be from someone who dictates the pace and leads the narrative.
Ebenezer Donkoh leads the narrative by dictating how we should think about Anas. This is evident in his comment. Tread cautiously well my people.