Tv3 presenter, Johnnie Hughes has made another revelation about the president of the republic of Ghana.
Speaking on Johnnie's Bite on Tv3 New Day this morning, Johnnie Hughes revealed that the president hears everything that occurs in the country. He continued by saying that even though he hears everything that transpires in the country, he chooses few and respond to them.
This comes after the Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo reacted to the recent ruling of the Supreme court that allows presiding deputy speakers of Parliament to exercise their voting right in Parliament.
Johnnie Hughes believes that there are other equally important agendas in which the president should have spoken about.
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