The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has requested Blessed Godsbrian Smart, to apologise to feminine tv sports activities presenters for unsavoury feedback he made about them.

The Onua FM/ TV morning display host, identified within the media area as ‘Captain Smart’ ultimate week alleged on his display and social me-dia platforms that, feminine tv sports activities presenters had been “chop-ping” gamers of the senior nationwide male crew (Black Stars), undermin-ing the crew’s efficiency on the World Cup in Qatar.

Following the removal of the Black Stars from the continued World Cup in Qatar, Captain Smart, mentioned he had cautioned the Ghana Foot-ball Association (GFA) to prevent all feminine TV presenters from following the Black Stars.

In a press commentary signed via its General Secretary, Mr Kofi Yeboah, the GJA mentioned despite the fact that Captain Smart in particular made connection with feminine tv sports activities presenters, it believes the gamut of, and extrapolation from his feedback, particularly of their sweeping and baseless nature, is a critical, unwarranted assault at the morality, dignity and integrity of, now not most effective of his topics of refer-ence, but additionally feminine reporters typically.

“Indeed, we discover the feedback via Captain Smart sorely sexist, completely unprofessional, grossly reprehensible, extremely repugnant and intensely offensive to ethi-cal {and professional} requirements.

“Article 6 of the GJA Code of Ethics 2017 provides that: A journalist recognises the public’s right to fair, unbiased, accurate, balanced and compre-hensive information.”