The Management of FrontPage Africa and Managing Editor Rodney Sieh have welcomed the willingness of Dr. Chris Toe to reconcile as offered in his press conference on Tuesday, September 4, 2013.
FrontPage Africa also notes with concern and interest, the official statement of the government that the General Auditing Commission (GAC) audits of the former Agriculture minister and others are not credible.
Accordingly, FPA story on Dr. Chris Toe was based on the government's discredited report from the GAC.
FPA has requested its legal team and mediation team to meet with Dr. Toe's mediators in an effort to resolve the issue.
Meanwhile, the FPA is appealing to the public and all parties to kindly avoid any comments and actions that might negatively impact the reconciliation process.
The former Agriculture Minister stated at a press conference Tuesday that he remains open to reconcile with the detained Managing Editor of FrontPage Africa Newspaper under the proper terms and conditions.
He said despite his willingness to reconcile with the management of the Newspaper, the process of reconciliation could not have been possible when the other party to the matter was unprepared to reconcile.