The National Communications Authority (NCA), has rejected claims that it is interfering with broadcasting and internet services in the country.
A statement issued by the Authority said the claims are misleading and asked the public to disregard any allegations to that effect.
The statement comes on the back of claims by NDC flagbearer John Mahama that his interviews with Kumasi-based Abusua FM some weeks ago were compromised after the frequency of the station was jammed by NCA.
In the statement by NCA however it said it does not have the capability to block, jam or interfere with broadcast signals.
A statement by the National Communications Authority on claims of interference with broadcasting and internet services.
The statement comes on the back of media reportage attributed to the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama, suggesting that the NCA is scheming to interfere with broadcasting signals and internet connectivity.
In a Facebook live session on Sunday, November 22, Mr. Mahama alleged that his interviews with Kumasi-based Abusua FM some weeks ago were compromised after the frequency of the station was jammed by the NCA.
“I’m also aware of what they did to Joy when they were going to broadcast that investigative piece on the National Lotteries.
“Joe Anokye is handling the NCA as a political office. I think on election day they can shut down the internet or any of the things dictators do. I hope we win and stop all that,” he said.