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Delay’s Interview Style Should Be Taught in Journalism School – Michael Oti Adjei

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Ghanaian sports journalist Michael Oti Adjei says the interview style of Delay should be taught in journalism school.

Oti-Adjei’s comments come after an old video of Delay interviewing ailing actor Psalm Adjetefio popped up.

In the interview, the ‘Taxi Driver’ actor was sobbing as he recalled abandoning his kids to chase after a woman he described as a ‘devil’.

He advised men to never abandon their families to chase after girls.

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That coupled with how Delay generally grills her guests without fear whilst at the same time getting them to open up on sensitive issues is gaining her props.

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One person giving her all the praise is sports journalist Michael Oti-Adjei.

A seasoned journalist and interviewer himself, Oti-Adjei appears to have been blown away by an interview Delay did.

Taking to his Twitter page, he announced that Delay should be given praise for how she conducts her interviews.

According to him, her style should even be taught in journalism school!

Oti-Adjei wrote: “How Delay gets the most out of her interviews is something that should be taught in journalism schools and newsrooms,”

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Delay, extremely flattered by the compliment, posted it on her social media pages.

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She captioned a screenshot of Oti-Adjei’s post: “Confam ✌️,”

Check Delay’s post below…

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com







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