Johnnie Hughes of TV3's 'New Day' breakfast show has revealed that he likes President Akufo Addo for maintaining most of the people he has put in the portfolios, thereby making it easy to track their performances.
Johnnie Hughes made this statement this morning, June 8th, 2021, when he lamented the poor nature of our roads.
According to Johnnie Hughes, maybe it's time we start playing what President Akufo Addo said to his appointees in January 2017 and match them to what they have been doing since they've been in office with all the loans and grants they had at their disposals.
"Thankfully, our Minister of Road has been the Minister since 2017. I like President Akufo Addo for one thing, he has maintained most of the people he has put in the portfolios so, it is easy to do a certain kind of tracking on what the president said to them when he was appointing them in the jubilee house." He said
He added that we need to stop these people from playing the victims because their jobs as ministers, Directors, DCE, MP is not to play victims but to solve the problems of the victims.
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