Dear TNT editor,
I sent to you this e-mail to react on his article below, which was in your newspaper on 4th August 09. First of all I would like to congratulate you for your work; I read your newspaper everyday.
I am a member of AERG and for me AERG is a big family which I won’t allow anyone to use this name in way negative manner.
Personally I don’t know Jean Paul, so to write a sentence like: ‘’he have been a leader in AERG’’ without precision, is not correct. At which level he has been leader? When?
I can’t judge Jean Paul because it the role of justice sector to do so, but the way the article is written sounds that he did this in name of AERG.
The members of AERG are student like others, to consider them as special student is wrong and painful for our brothers and sisters at school, especially when you associate them with someone who is implicated in defilement.
This is unfair and makes it sounds like there are bad intentions behind this article.
You should consider Jean Paul as an individual. Why don’t you call the rector of KHI, because he is first of all a student? Do you know other organization which Jean Paul is member? Why have you chosen only AERG?
The New Times editors should have ask all these questions before they allowed such an article to be in the news paper.
I hope that you will understand my concern and make all necessary steps to make sure it does not happened again to any organization.
A student from KHI and member of AERG