There was a bit of drama in the studios of TV3 this morning when Dennis Miracles Aboagye and Sammy Gyamfi sat on the same platform to speak about various National trending issues.
The host of the show, Alfred Ocansey proved Miracles Aboagye wrong after he stated that there are no trained nurses or teachers still sitting at home and waiting to be posted by the government.
According to Miracles Aboagye, the NPP administration has put in place some measures to reduce unemployment in the country. He added that the trained teachers and nurses do not have to go on demonstration at the Ministry of Finance before they are posted. He compared such statement to that of NDC's administration where five groups of graduate nurses stay at home because there are no jobs for them.
"Today, we do not have nurses and teachers who have completed training college, standing in front of the Ministry of Finance with Cards picketing that they should be employed. This is the output" he said.
After making this statement, Alfred Ocansey made it clear to him that what he is saying is not true because some nurses came to the studios of TV3 few days ago to complain that they haven't been posted. He added that some of the 2019 batch of graduates have not been posted yet.
"Miracles wait, on that note, just this week I have had some nurses who have completed training and are yet to be posted. I cannot allow you to say that there are no nurses who have not been posted. Some Nurses have gone to the Ministry of Finance. It includes the 2019 batch as well. I just want to put that on record" he said.
Sammy Gyamfi, who was also a guest for the show backed what Alfred Ocansey said. He added that Miracles Aboagye is telling lies and deceiving the public.
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