It seems the recitation of Islamic prayers and the Bible's Psalm 23 is the source of inspiration for media general journalist, Johnnie Hughes. Not a day goes by, without the gentleman calling for divine intervention before the commencement of his program.
Addressing his viewers on his editorial dubbed the "JOHNNIE'S BITE," the morning show host talked about a litany of issues ranging from the acquisition of the Ghana card, Aisha Huang Brouhaha, the Ghana Immigration Service, and illegal mining referred to as 'galamsey' in the local parlance.
Johnnie continued to question how the embattled Chinese national, Aisha Huang got into the country and enquired again how she came by her Ghana card even as a foreigner and a deportee. He lashed out at those who come online to insult him and raised a question as to whether they have received their Ghana cards.
Surprisingly, the card issued to Aisha was on the 27th of February 2022 which is Sunday, a day the National Identification Authority doesn't work. However, Aisha got hers while some Ghanaians don't have access to it.
In conclusion, he emphasized that "You queue at NIA and some people want you to pay money. Aisha Huang was able to get a card on Sunday. You don't have it and buy data to insult me. You See Your life."
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