Johnny Hughes is not comfortable with the decision of the the President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo by not taking the needed initiatives to resheful some of his ministers who are not working to the expectations of Ghana. Johnny Hughes is of the view that, there are major resheful that the president must embark on in other to save his economy.
Speaking live on TV3, Johnny Hughes made it clear that, there is a need for someone to tell the president to stop speaking like an opinion leader and take the drastic measures to save the Ghanaians from Economic hardship and challenges. Johnny Hughes bemoan over certain issues going on under the education sector of which the president seems to be quite on those issues. The issues of getting the standard text books and other teaching materials for teacher to teach their learners.
"I don't want to talk about that issue too much. But tell the president to stop speaking like an opinion leader and take the necessary actions and measures that will help his administration". - Johnny Hughes stated.
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