Four Spoon Talk Live Presenters Surrender Their Respective Positions

In a widely browse social media post, four presenters of the popular Spoon Live Talk Show hosts have surrendered their respective positions as lead presenters of the show amid the ongoing fraud case  against the Chief Executive Officer of the Spoon Network, Stanton Witherspoon in a U.S. Court.

In their post, the four presenters in persons of Chairman Ben Sanvee, Chief St Tomalin Nyenwolo George, I., Dr. Henry Peabody and Keff Hassan said, “ A little over 3 years ago, we joined forces to build what ultimately became one of the biggest platforms in the Liberian media landscape. We build bridges of trust not out of the thought of perfection, but because we believed in contributing to the greater good of our nation. We forged bonds of friendship and believed we were one family.

It is well documented and publicized that the core foundation of Spoon Talk was affected when an indictment was announced against CEO Stanton Witherspoon. We’ve chosen not to speak to the merits of his case because we have absolute confidence in the United States Justice system. We wish Mr. Witherspoon and his family well and pray for the best, cognizant of the magnitude of the crimes he’s been accused of.

With that being said, due to internal disagreement on the way forward and direction of Spoon Talk, we’ve made the difficult decision to terminate our association with the platform. This decision was not an easy one, but we can assure our many fans and supporters that this will not be the last time you will hear from us. We will inform you in due time of our next plans as we all strive to see a better and prosperous LIBERIA.

God bless you all.

-Chairman Ben Sanvee

-Chief St Tomalin Nyenwolo George, I.

-Dr. Henry Peabody

-Keff Hassan

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  1. Nathaniel J.Doe says

    I want to thank the above presenters for this prudent decision-making and we look forward to your future endeavors in not too distant future.

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