Selangor Journal

TV3, no forgiveness for you…

SHAH ALAM, APRIL 25: National sprinter Watson Nyambek rejected an apology from a private television company that publishes a programme that insulted his late father.
Speaking to media, he said he was not ready to accept the apology even though he already met the representatives of the companies.
“It’s hard for me to accept their apology for insulting my father and liken him with an animal. I am very disappointed and angry,” he told FMT.
Yesterday, several members of TV3 and Primework Studios that publishing the Sukan Tak Sentral programme had a meeting with Watson in Miri, Sarawak.
Also present was the Chief Executive Officer Primework Studios, Datuk Ahmad Izham Omar, host of the programme, Azizul Abu Ammar Hassan and Sibuti Member of Parliament, Ahmad Lai Bujang, as the mediator.
On last Saturday, the programme broadcast by TV3 involved a mock at Watson Nyambek by imitating the sound of a goat.
Even though Azizul already apologised, but he is now suspended from work.
Previously, former national record holder in the 100 meters filed a police report at Miri Central Police Station, at 9.20am accompanied by his wife, Felliza Michael Samdon with more than 20 people representing 10 non-governmental organisations (NGO).

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