Journalist Albert Bows Out Of EIB’s Anti-CyberBullying Campaign

Popularly known on Twitter as Bongo Ideas, Journalist Albert has rescinded his decision to embark on the much-publicized Anti-CyberBullying Campaign with EIB Network’s GhOne TV.

In a series of tweets, the gentleman who was recently humiliated during a TV audition by broadcast journalists Nana Aba Anamoah and Bridget Otoo revealed the decision was arrived at after broad consultation with his family.

He, however, expressed appreciation to EIB Network for the opportunity.

He wrote;

“IMPORTANT! I have formally informed my family about the sudden turn of events in my life and they have received it solemnly. As a result, my family has advised that I stay out of the public domain and take a social media hiatus…an opportunity for self-rediscovery.

Consequently, I will not be able, in my capacity as Albert Nat Hyde, continue with the great initiative “Anti-CyberBullying Campaign” as discussed and widely publicized. I would like to humbly thank @TheRealBolaRay @thenanaaba and @EIBNetworkGhana for the kind gesture.

Sorrily, I will not be able to play a part in the social campaign against Cyber Bullying cum Social Media Abuse at the moment. I apologise for any inconvenience caused as a result. This is a collective decision made by family and me after careful and lengthy deliberations.

Thank you very much and may God richly bless you all. I shall be back soon as a more refined person. Special acknowledgment @calebniiboye #SayNoToCyberBullying”

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