Johnny Hughes speaking live on TV3 today during the Johnnies Bite segment, drops a deep statement that His Excellency the Vice President Of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia made during 2016 election elections. According TV3 Journalist Johnny Hughes, in 2015 during NPP campaign, Dr Bawumia went around telling Ghanaians that, Nursing Training students are suffering and their government is going to solve all their problems for them.
In Johnny Hughes view, Bawumia's party is in power and the problems of Nurses in school and those who have even completed has not been solved by Dr Bawumia's government after being in office for about 6 (six) years now.
" Dr Bawumia made that statement about the suffering of Nurses in 2016 and he cannot deny what I am saying. I saw a video of Nurses fighting and struggling over rice and palm out. Some of them who have completed cannot get any work to do. But Bawumia promise them of jobs opportunities". - Johnny Hughes stated.
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