I have witnessed on a couple of occasions when party communicators try to be the shield for their political parties by always finding answers to questions asked by journalists and Ghanaians. Sometimes, they might not have answers to the questions but as smart as they are they are able to make up a good excuse to defend the situation.
Earlier today on TV3's morning programme which is dubbed New Day, Johnnie Hughes who is the host of the programme asked his guests some questions as they reviewed the newspapers for the morning.
Johnnie Hughes asked that the NPP government when embarking on their campaign train promised to build dams in every village in order to solve irrigation problems. He then proceeded to ask the NPP communicator that how many have they built so far. The NPP communicator also replied that Johnnie Hughes didn't bring him there to tell viewers the number of villages in Upper East they have built the dams. He described Johnnie as bias and stood up and left the show when they were reading the comments from the viewers on their big screen.
What do you think about this news? Is it good to walk out of a show as a communicator when you don't have answers to some questions? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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