Today, Johnnie Hughes of TV3 sent a bold message to the NDC after one of their commentators gave some overwhelming analysis of John Mahama's thank you tour in the Ashanti region. Today's edition of New day was graced by Dr.Okoe Boye and Malik. Malik, the NDC communicator explained that when Mahama came to the Ashanti Region, the women and even men surrounded him shouting, "Agyenkwa....Agyenkwa" meaning saviour. He explained that this was an expression of Mahama's victory to come. Malik expressed his excitement on how the people of Ashanti had expressed no confidence in Nana Addo's government by receiving Mahama in a grand style. Malik shared that this has never happened in the history of Ghana so that was a clear sign that the "Agyenkwa has come".
Reacting to that, Johnnie Hughes indirectly sent a message to the NDC that these are early days to jubilate because anything can happen in Nana Addo's three years remaining.
"These are early days to jubilate", Johnnie Hughes.
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