An outspoken TV3 journalist, Johnnie Hughes, has indicated that the people around president Akufo Addo have been telling him lies about the covid-19 restrictions, so he shouldn't allow himself to be deceived by them.
Johnnie Hughes made this statement on today's episode of the 'New Day' program on TV3 when he gave his opinion on the 26th Covid-19 update by President Akufo Addo yesterday.
According to Johnnie Hughes, government officials are too quick to say that at some point, we were even praised that we are among the best managers of COVID-19 in the world. That's past glory. What is the story now?
"So, when the President speaks, and said all pubs, night clubs, and beaches remain closed Mr. President, you need to disguise yourself one of these days and sit in a small vehicle like the late Former President Jerry John Rawlings used to do and go around the places yourself. When they tell you that these things are not happening, they are telling you lies and have not been truthful to you. So, don't allow yourself to be deceived, Mr. President Akufo Addo."
He added that the people around the President who tell him that these places are closed have not been truthful to him. He said some of them own some of these places and have shares in them.
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