The election has become very fierce, as many people don't seemingly get the pattern of votes of the two. To many, Joe Biden is already winning, whereas other schools of thoughts opine that, Trump is in a comfortable. This election has compelled many, from all walks of life to pay glue attention to their Television sets, to catch a glimpse of every detail which will ensue within the election coverage.
One of such people is TV3's Johnny Hughes, who in his capacity as a media personality wishes to catch every bit of the election. However, he hss been denied this simple opportunity, thanks to the Electricity Company Of Ghana.
In a recent tweet he wrote; I buy prepaid credit and I expect my lights to be on, because I have made down payments for the service. So when my lights off, I will complain because it is not your money... he wrote. Below is the tweet he shared
From his tweet, the media personality seem to be very furious at the Electricity Company of Ghana, and such they need to pacificy him before he takes any legal actions.
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