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Johnnie Hughes Sends Another Bold Message To President Akufo-AddO

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Johnnie Hughes The Host of Johnnie’s Bite on TV3 New Day has today in a message to the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo asked the President to listen to the masses in Ghana and not only his followers. According to Johnnie, the President has listened to his followers for far too long and it's now time for him to listen to the larger masses in Ghana.

Mr. Johnnie raised a lot of issues currently going on in the country and called the President to address them because the masses are not comfortable with it and are calling on him for proper solutions. Mr. Johnnie then asked the President whether he’s aware that fuel prices have gone up once again and the fact that it has kept increasing since President Nana Addo assumed power. He then urged the President not to listen to his followers but the masses because that’s why he will get the will cry of the people.

“Mr. President, are you aware that petrol prices have gone up again? Are you aware that drivers are contemplating increasing the prices of lorry fare? Mr. President listens to the masses because it’s the masses who voted for you and gave you the power to lead them.” Johnnie Hughes said today on Johnnie’s Bite.

He also said the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) trainees are crying to the government to pay them their several allowances which the government owes. He said there is no need to give the youth jobs and fail to pay them and so the President should listen to them and pay them. Furthermore, he drew the attention of the President to the numerous strikes ongoing in the country. The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) and Teachers and Educational Workers Union (TEWU) are on strike currently while the Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOSSAG) are planning to be on strike on the 20th January too.

“Mr. President, the NABCO trainees are calling on you to pay them their allowances, listen to them. Listen to the NABCO masses. Mr. President are you aware of the numerous strikes ongoing in the country now? From UTAG to TEWU and now to CLOSSAG planning to go on strike. Mr. President listen to the masses and address their concerns because it’s the masses who voted for you.” Johnnie Hughes added.


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