Today, Mohammed Abdul Azeez and Miracle Aboagye joined Johnnie Hughes on TV 3. Today saw a heated debate between the two communicators, both not willing to accept defeat. They were discussing the permanency issue at NABCO. The NDC communicator criticized the NPP for failing to retain the NABCO trainees.
In his bid to politicize the issue, he brought in the massive infrastructure Ghana saw during the erstwhile Mahama's administration. In response, Miracle Aboagye declared that there was no correlation between employment and infrastructure.
He narrated how his municipality, Akuapim North, moved from a zero factory municipal to a municipal that now has four factories. According to him, that one alone is enough. He later called on to Johnnie Hughes to agree with him on the fact that over 60,000 of the trainees have exited the scheme into permanent jobs.
Johnnie Hughes boldly declared that he could not do that because he had no proof. Reacting to that, Miracle Aboagye expressed disappointment in Johnnie Hughes for contradicting himself. This was because, earlier on the show, Johnnie Hughes confirmed that either 38,000 trainees had retained permanent jobs per the words of the PRO of NABCO or 49,000 per the words of the President
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