Today "Good Morning Ghana" of the Metro TV, has turned to a battle of words between the two guest from the main political parties of the land : the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
All along the show, when Madam Akosua Manu was trying to persuade Ghanaian to give 4 more to Nana, her colleague of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Gabriella Tetteh, sought to disrupt her submission by directly interfering in the submission and even went to the extend to play a noisy audio element on her own phone just to disturb the process.
These series reaction led Madam Akosua Manu to trigger towards her colleague Gabriella Tetteh in these terms : " will you please keep quiet ".
The host of the show tried harder to maintain the calm between the two ladies. But it was not easy for him to let the calm prevail at the end of the show.
What do you make of the attitude displayed by the two ladies of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Gabriella Tetteh and the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Akosua Tetteh ?
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