Reporter Larry Madowo Who Interviewed Sam George On CNN Quits

Larry Madowo who happens to be the reporter who interviewed the member of Parliament for Ningo-prampram Sam George has quit CNN after his interview with the minister concerning the LGBTQ+ bill.

According to reports, Larry Modowo is a Kenyan journalist who is known as one of the best journalists in Africa as he used to be the North America Correspondent for the BBC and also anchored breaking news and presented BBC World News America from Washington, DC.

The worker of CNN was said to have left CNN studios based in Atlanta, USA for Dubai after the interview which he described as one of the “contentious interviews” he has ever had in his life.

Taking to social media right after the interview with the minister which has gained him a lot of respect from Ghanaians wrote saying;

This is one of the most contentious interviews I’ve ever done on live TV. I asked a Ghanaian MP pushing an anti-LGBT bill why he wants to legalize hate & homophobia. “Only 7% of Ghanaians are tolerant of homosexuality,” MP @samgeorgegh told me on @OneWorldCNN

This is one of the most contentious interviews I’ve ever done on live TV. I asked a Ghanaian MP pushing an anti-LGBT bill why he wants to legalize hate & homophobia.

“Only 7% of Ghanaians are tolerant of homosexuality,” MP @samgeorgegh told me on @OneWorldCNN pic.twitter.com/vZZjcY2gCx

— Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo) October 8, 2021



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