Kenyan journalist Larry Madowo has reportedly quit his job at Cable News Network (CNN) after his debatable interview with Ghanaian politician Sam George on the topic “LGBTQ rights in Ghana,”.
After his interview with Ningo-Prampram MP who uttered his relevant and wide understanding on the issue which made many Ghanaians appreciated him has made this noble journalist lost his job.
It was reported that after the interview this journalist quit his job meanwhile right after the interview, he personally described the interview as the ” most contentious interview ” he has ever encountered.
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.
— Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo) October 8, 2021
Few hours after the interview, Larry Madowo declared that he has left CCN studios in Atlanta, the USA to Dubai. He didn’t explain that if he had been transferred or quit the job.
Larry Madowo is a Kenyan journalist and CNN international Correspondent. He was previously a North America Correspondent for BBC and also anchored breaking news and presented BBC World News America from Washington,DC.(Wikipedia)
Unfortunately, the interview that he had with Sam George has been his last time at CNN and he has learned how to go about his work next time.