The host of Johnnie’s Bite on TV3 New Day, Johnnie Hughes has finally revealed that going to International Monetary Fund (IMF) is not bad for any government but it just means that the government has failed and Akufo-Addo has failed. Johnnie boldly sent a strong message to the President and his people about their move to seek an economic bailout from IMF.
Johnnie Hughes made these revelations while speaking on Johnnie’s Bite today. He revealed that Akufo-Addo going to IMF simply means that this government is a complete failure. Johnnie then boldly told the President to admit that they've failed themselves and this country.
“ Going to IMF is not a bad thing for any government but the truth is, it shows that the government has failed. This is the fact. Akufo-Addo and his people have failed the country and that's what I want and expect them to admit. They should admit their huge failure in government. If you read some of the things these people said about going to IMF under John Mahama, then clearly it tells you this Akufo-Addo government has failed. I want the President, his Vice, and this government to publicly come out and admit their failure to this country.” Johnnie Hughes boldly revealed this on TV3 New Day.
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