Johnny Hughes has lashed out again at the government for her overspending nature. The government has argued that it needs more money to cater for the increasing needs of Ghanaians such as jobs, better roads among others. They have thus called on Ghanaians to agree and pay a new levy on mobile money transactions. Many Ghanaians are however opposed to the levy which they say will place more burden on them.
In an interview last month, MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong mentioned that he was given 120,000 to be given to Adwoa Safo. In a new revelation, Afia Schwarzenegger has also mentioned of being given GHS50,000 by the Chief of Staff after she lost her dad.
Johnnie Hughes on Johnnies Bite today, Tuesday, March 15, 2022 hit hard at President Akufo-Addo, Vice President Bawumia and the Chief of Staff, Frema Opare. According to Johnnie, many Ghanaians are complaining of economic hardships and yet the government is throwing away money.
He spoke about a number of institutions that need money and yet the government is paying monies to people who have not done any work for the nation. He cautioned NPP party foot soldiers to take note of what is going on because no one comes or will come to their aid with such money despite their arguments at the grassroots. Johnnie called on the government to live modestly if they want Ghanaians to pay the E-levy.
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