Journalist Albert Lands Lucrative Job Offer In Less Than 24 Hours After He Was Sacked


Journalist Albert Lands Lucrative Job Offer In Less Than 24 Hours After He Was Sacked

As the old adage goes that “even in the midst of negative situations, there is a positive message that you can derive from it”.

Blogger, Albert has become a typical example of this adage, as the events that have unfolded in his life for the past 24 hours is evident of the fact that people need to speak up and not be under subjection.

You could recall that a blogger identified as Albert was put on the spot for tweeting some unpleasant things about Serwaa Amihere and others.

The blogger appeared for an audition for the Next TV Star, where his twitter handle was discovered. The judges did not spare him as they fired questions at him.

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Albert’s former employer, Chris Handler of Ghbase after the brouhaha ensued. Chris Handler made it known that the sacking of Albert had nothing to do with the recent controversies.

The story has gained a new twist as a the CEO of Loud Silence Media, Kelvin Taylor has offered a permanent job offer for the blogger, Albert as en entertainment editor.

The comment by Kelvin Taylor sparked some mixed reaction on social media and below are some of the reactions gathered.

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Replying to

@abeam__: Funny
I know Kelvin Taylor is doing this bcos he doesn’t like Sheldon sekof his NPP status and the Ladies as well.
The guy in mention too ein critic and agenda game be top notch Face with tears of joy He can really work with Taylor but no odd stories about the NDCRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughing u barb

@AkwasiPogba: Masa why is it that you guys always make blatant speculations like that? Always have your basics before you talk besides think and talk you have head. Hot faceHot faceHot face

@Xoxo165223025: He do all.Anyway now the guy for shun de diss people

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@niilantey12: Exactly, he too he did people, they should not make it look like ….he did nothing wrong ..

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