Johnny Hughes of TV3 has questioned President Nana Akuffo Addo and his government about how many 18 months we have had since 2016 elections. He made this interrogation on TV3's Newday today, Tuesday 4th May, 2021.
"How many 18 months have we had since your inauguration and nothing has changed. You promised to get the country back on track in just 18 months. We have Ministers who are still blaming the John Dramani Mahama administration for the poor state of the economy. You rated yourself around 78%, yet people are complaining. They want you to fix the economy".
The Vociferous Personality vehemently criticised those who oppose "Fix the economy" campaign. "How does my attitude affect economic management and corruption fight"
He believes that the attitude of Ghanaians have been the same since the era of since Jerry John Rawlings. "How is my attitude going to change the broken roads and the power outages".
Johnny Hughes said President Nana Akuffo Addo has been preparing himself for presidency since his (Akuffo Addo) childhood. "You knew Ghana's problem before hand. Your party called Professor Mills all sorts of names. Now the ball is in your court, fix the economy and country" he asserted.
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