TV3's New Day show took a different angle as the normally lively discussion turned into an intense one. It was a heated discussion as popular Ghanaian journalist and host of the show, Johnny Hughes reacted to the recent accident that happened on the Anyaa-NIC highway. He has registered his disappointment in the authorities who have failed to fix the traffic lights on the road despite the numerous complaints he made.
His comments come after the news about an accident that took away the lives of some innocent people popped up. Per the videos of the accident scene available on the desk of Ghana_News, a truck had been hit by another car, which unfortunately took the life of the driver. Johnny Hughes has also confirmed this sad news with his video reaction on today's edition of his televised show.
However, it seems Johnny Hughes is highly disappointed in the work being done by the officials. According to him, he personally made several reports drawing the attention of the leaders to the damaged traffic lights on the road. The authorities appeared to have given a deaf ears to his calls.
Speaking on the show today, he reported an accident that had happened on the road due to the unavailability of a functioning traffic lights. He has angrily descended on the regional council responsible for fixing the dead traffic lights. He indicated that the menace is a wake up call to the leaders of the country to be responsive to the calls of Ghanaians.
He said, "I am so disappointed in our leaders. I reported this dead traffic lights because it was on a highway but nobody attended to it. Nobody had the sense of duty and decency to take care of that. You tell us that you care about us and that you are there to make our lives better. Is this what we get?"
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