Host of TV3 New Day show, Johnnie Hughes has once again sent some messages to the Ghana Immigration Service.
Speaking on Johnnie's Bite show this morning, Johnnie Hughes made it clear to the chief Superintendent of the Ghana Immigration Service, Amoako Atta that he should accept the fact that the Ghana Immigration Service is one of the most corrupt institutions in Ghana.
Johnnie Hughes was a bit furious on today's episode of Johnnie's Bite as he sent strong words to them. He showed a picture of an Immigration officer who is very short. Johnnie Hughes believes that the officer did not meet the height requirement for recruitment but the officer still managed to find himself in through some corrupt means.
Johnnie Hughes later asked the Ghana Immigration Service several questions on how the Immigration officer got recruited into the service. .
"You disqualify people based on height. People go and queue at the Elwak sports stadium. Three years ago, 84,000 people went there and you picked only 500. What is the height of this person. Is he qualified to join to be an officer. When we say you are corrupt, you say NO" he said.
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