Johnny Hughes began his new year bites to the President to make Omuofia better. Although Omuofia is an unknown country, Johnny attributed it to Ghana and asked the President to make it better. This he said he has the right to tell him because his governance is impacting his life and those around him.
He added that although he is not fit to govern like the President, he has the right to tell him when things go wrong. The bite continued that without the common man in the country, the President has no power, therefore if our cries mean nothing to him, then he is nothing to us.
Several citizens and civil servant groups are going on demonstrations but the President seems to not have heard their plea. Jonny listed some resolutions he has for the president. He asked that the president should stop questioning and putting blame on people for his bad governance.
He again asked the President to cut down his convoy. He disclosed that the President always has a chair in one of the cars in his convoy and asked him to do away with that as it is unnecessary.
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