The Minister addressed the issue during an interview session with PREMIUM TIMES when asked how it feels to be considered a Master of Propaganda.
He said, ''I think the democratization of the media space has brought a lot of changes, a lot of developments. Today you must have the capacity to absorb a lot of irritation. You must have the largeness of heart to tolerate a lot of insults. But the important thing is for you to remain focused. Most people react to you based on emotions. Because I’ve always challenged those who called me a propagandist to come out with just one of the thousands of press interventions I have made and say ‘this is propaganda,’ ‘this is not true.’ I’ve always challenged them.
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SOURCE: PREMIUM TIMES