It was a hot morning today, Friday, May 28, 2021 on Tv3’s ‘New Day’ as Johnny Hughes raised critical issues pertaining to the country. Yesterday, the MP for North Tongu, Okudzeto Ablakwa raised questions regarding the cost of private jet expenses of the president in the past few days. According to Johnny Hughes the cost could amount to about 2.7 million cedis for a day of travelling when this could have gone into other areas like Free SHS.
He bemoaned the way some parents are struggling just to put their wards in school and how the ordinary Ghanaian is struggling. He hit hard at people who sit on social media and criticize those who complain of their standard of living. He challenged Ghanaians to discuss these issues without any political colors. He sympathized with parents who are going through pains to cater for their children
“Some of them don’t even pay tax. Some of them don’t have children. They piss me off. They have 3 or 4 cedis data and they are defending everything. Those paying the bills are feeling it and when they talk you ask them to shut up. This is unfair. Why do we do this to ourselves? Times have changed. When we talk you ask us to shut up. Shut up and go and do what? Change your life. Stop politicking everything. Let’s make Ghana better” Johnny Hughes said
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