Raymond Dokpesi Jnr, son to High Chief Dokpesi, Founder of DAAR communications (Owners of AIT and Rayoower stations) has lashed out at Sahara Reporters for interfering in DAAR family affair.
This is coming after Dokpesi wrote the station to stop airing controversial footage of his son’s COVID-19’s experience.
Dokpesi Jnr who recovered from COVID-19 claimed the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) administered only malaria drugs to him.
“What’s the difference between COVID-19 and malaria? Every drug we were given were malaria medications.
“A number of persons who tested positive were checked in reputable labs, hospitals in Abuja and were found to have malaria parasites in their bloodstreams. When did malaria become synonymous with COVID-19?”
High Chief Dokpesi also said there was no documentary evidence to show that they actually tested positive to Coronavirus.
Following the criticisms that greeted these comments, DAAR communications Founder wrote the radio and TV station to stop airing the controversial footage.
However, disagreeing wth his father’s view, Dokpesi Jnr has vowed not to grant interviews to both stations in the meantime and possible future.
The younger Dokpesi blasted Sahara Reporters for implying a feud within the DAAR communications family.