MONROVIA – The publisher of FrontPageAfrica newspaper, Rodney Sieh, is facing criticism in a social media post released by Mo Ali, the spokesman for the Unity Party. Ali accuses Rodney Sieh of engaging in “Pay for fake news publication” against Joe Boakai and UP,” tarnishing Sieh’s reputation.
Mo Ali’s social media post has gone viral, beclouding the image of Sieh and the prominent Frontpageafrica newspaper. Rodney Sieh has been a reputable Journalist, however, a cloud of controversy has stirred around him based on allegation of writing fake articles against the opposition Unity Party, and its candidate, Joe Boakai.
Mo Ali’s post revealed a deal between Sieh and the government of George Weah and how he has been derailed payments for publishing articles that portrayed the Unity Party and Boakai in a negative light.
The Unity Party’s spokesman, Mo Ali, was determined to expose these alleged actions. In a bold move on social media, Ali’s post revealed damaging evidence against Sieh. He presented text messages that he allegedly obtained, showing communication between Sieh and an official of the Weah government.
These purported text messages were leaked by Mo Ali and pointed towards a close relationship and collaboration between Sieh and the government. The leaked messages raised suspicions of colluding to report false information and manipulate public opinion against Biakai and UP.
The revelation has sent shockwaves through the media landscape and creates a storm of public discourse. Citizens and fellow journalists are shaken by the allegations, as they relied on the media to provide truthful and unbiased reporting.
Mo Ali’s allegation against Rodney Sieh ia a significant chapter in Liberia’s media history, reminding everyone of the power and responsibility that comes with being a journalist in the pursuit of truth.
All efforts to contact Mr. Rodney Sieh to speak on the issue failed up to press time.