In a recent conversation with journalist Kofi Adoma, former presidential hopeful Madam Akua Donkor revisited a tumultuous incident from her past, shedding light on a highly charged interview she had with Delay a few years back.

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Some time ago, the controversial TV personality, Delay, confronted Madam Akua Donkor, hinting at her being a witch who allegedly consumed all her children and suggesting she struggled with mental instability.

However, Madam Akua Donkor has stepped forward to dispute these accusations and share her perspective.

Years ago, Delay conducted an interview with Madam Akua Donkor that swiftly gained notoriety due to its confrontational nature.

During the exchange, Delay, known for her frankness, subtly implied that Madam Akua Donkor displayed traits associated with witchcraft and mental illness. She went as far as insinuating that Akua Donkor used witchcraft to harm her own children since she currently doesn’t have any.

This led to a heated argument between the two, with Madam Akua strongly refuting the allegations.

Recently, in her conversation with Kofi Adoma, Madam Akua Donkor revealed that she was coerced into labeling herself a witch in a song that Delay had provided her to perform.

The former presidential aspirant expressed her disappointment in Delay, recalling feeling mistreated and undervalued during that contentious interview.

Throughout the interview, Madam Akua Donkor emphatically stated that she is neither a witch nor mentally unstable, aiming to dispel the enduring perceptions of the controversial interview.

She reiterated her previous defence against the accusations and took the recent interview as an opportunity to clarify the facts.

Madam Akua Donkor also expressed her disappointment with the treatment she received from Delay during the infamous interview, describing the experience as being treated like an object of disdain.

She voiced her dissatisfaction with how she was portrayed and its subsequent impact on her reputation.

The recent revelations from Madam Akua Donkor's conversation with Kofi Adoma highlight the intricacies of media interactions, the responsibility of hosts, and the potential repercussions of confrontational interviews.

It prompts contemplation on the ethical responsibilities involved in portraying individuals, especially public figures, in specific lights.