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Good Morning Ghana, a show mostly hosted by Dr. Randy Abbey and Annie Afua Ampofo on MetroTV, has been one of the most entertaining breakfast show over the past few years. This is as a result of the invited reverred Ghanaian personalities who normally turns up on Metro TV for the discussion.
However, tomorrow's discussion will be outstanding as it will envisage two controversial personalities. Coincidentally, tomorrow's discussion will feature the technical advisor of the Office of the Vice President, Dr. Tiah Abdul-Kabiru Mahama and a member of the NDC legal team, Lawyer Godwin E. Tameklo. Nevertheless, this has shaken up Ghanaians following Metro TV's Facebook page, causing them to massively react.
According to most Ghanaians, the clash between Dr. Tiah Abdul-Kabiru Mahama and Lawyer Godwin E. Tameklo is unbalance and that Lawyer Godwin E. Tameklo will destroy Dr. Tiah Abdul-Kabiru Mahama.
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