A popular name which is currently given to the good evening Ghana host, Paul Adom Otchere is the damage control minster. According to his viewers, he only chances on the opportunities that will favor this government.
He indeed has defended Nana Ado and the Npp and has publicly declared that he will use his platform for that and nothing will or can change his decision about that.
The Npp and Nana Addo are currently in hot soups and everyone is calling for Paul Adom Otchere. Paul is expected to come to the rescue because he has ways of defending these acts even if his viewers are not in agreenest with him.
For many supporters of the Ndc in particular, he will fade out when the Ndc are able to assume power or office. And that is because he has dented his reputation on the show by making his public interest in Nana Addo and not matters of state.
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