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.
Jonny Hughes is a popular Tv journalist and a presenter. He is known for his vigorous questions he puts on the desk on the named parties , NPP and the NDC. Jonny Hughes hosts the New Day on a renowed Tv station. Johnny Hughes is man in his early thirties .
Politicians are normally depicted as corrupt people. In Africa whenever the issue of corruption is mentioned, the politician is the first person to be pointed at. However, issues of corruption cut across all professions. In a panel discussion on New Day, Johnny Hughes raised the issue of corruption and how Ghanaians are being made to bear the brunt of stolen monies.
Johnny Hughes has sent out a bold message to law makers in the country. Two weeks ago, 3 MPs were referred to the Privileges Committee for their consistent absence from the House of Parliament. The MPs include Henry Quartey, Kennedy Agyapong and Adwoa Safo. According to Bagbin, the 3 have missed the 15-day absence window.
Yesterday Parliament saw some interesting scenes as the Minority side of Parliament walked out of the house after they disagreed with the passage of the controversial E-levy. In the aftermath, the bill was passed and it remains for the president to append his signature to the bill to make it a law.
Founding member of the ruling New Patriotic Party Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe is of the view that the current Vice President Dr Bawumia will not be able to secure the mandate of delegates to lead the party in the next general elections. He was speaking to Johnny Hughes on TV3's morning show new day.
Parliament today, Tuesday, January 25, 2022 will resume for the Second Session of the 8th Parliament. It is expected to be a feisty start as the Majority and Minority sides of Parliament have disagreed vehemently over the passage of the E-levy. This led to fisticuffs last year and many expect more drama this year.
Photo: President Akufo-Addo on the top left; John Mahama at the bottom left and Johnny Hughes on the right The fearless journalist and morning show host of TV3 Ghana, Johnny Beresford Hughes, has spoken hot truths about President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his government at today's edition of his favourite morning program dubbed, 'Johnny's Bite' on the TV3 channel this morning, Thursday, February 9, 2022.
Johnny Hughes ,a popular Tv journalist and a presenter. A known political questionist for his vigorous questions he puts on the desk on the named parties , NPP and the NDC. Jonny Hughes works on one popular Tv station hosting the New Day. Above all,he is also an advocate for young empowerment and development of their talents.Johnny Hughes is man in his early thirties .
Johnny Hughes, a journalist with Media General’s TV3 has been a ‘thorn’ in the flesh of the ruling New Patriotic Party this year. He has consistently attacked the government on a number of their failings. Usual of Johnnie, he has quizzed and been hard on NPP panelists who he gets to interact with on his morning show.
Johnny Hughes has sent a bold message to the Greater Accra Regional Minister, Mr. Henry Quartey over the latter's operation 'clean your frontage' initiative which is aimed at improving the sanitary conditions of the capital. Jonny Hughes disclosed on his Jonnies' bite show on TV3 ( today, January 31) that charity begins at home and as such, the Regional Minister must ensure vantage places within the city are kept clean.
Over the week, Ghanaians have been thrown into a state of confusion after a statement from the Ghana Armed Forces asked for the withdrawal of some 4 security personnel from the office of the Speaker of Parliament, Rt Hon Alban Bagbin. According to the statement, their processes of selecting them were informal and failed to follow the due process.
Johnny Hughes of TV3 has made a bold revelation on live TV on his morning show today. He said that at the beginning of the year, he revealed that two things were going to break the 8; fuel price and the cedi. The fuel price has now broken the 8.
A family in the Western Region of Ghana has been left traumatised following the death of a loved relative. The sad incident has stired up emotions and many Ghanaians have sent their condolences to the family of the deceased. Ghanaians have began to question how sensitive and responsive our national institutions are during dire circumstances.
This morning on TV3's new day morning show, the host known as Johnny Hughes accused the president of failing to honor his promises. He played an old video of the president during his campaign where he had promised to make the price of goods cheaper because he came for the poor.
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.
TV3's JOHNNIE'S BITE show host, Johnny Hughes, has come out with new criticisms against the current leadership of the republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. The president is simply destroying the economy. And after destroying it, he now wants to fix it with the E-levy.
Check Sam George’s Brilliant Reply When Asked If NDC MPs Will ‘Fight’ Over Ruling On Deputy Speakers
It was an interesting panel discussion on TV3’s New Day as Kamal Deen, a Director of Communications for the ruling government clashed with Sam George, MP for Ningo Prampram. Both panelists disagreed with each other when they were presented with the landmark ruling that the Supreme Court gave regarding the right of Deputy Speakers to vote during deliberations.
In a hot exclusive interview with Johnny Hughes on TV3's popular morning program, New Day, the General Secretary of the main opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Hon. Johnson Asiedu Nketia, revealed that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has scammed some, if not all Ghanaians who trusted him.
It was a heated discussion in the studios of TV3's New Day programme hosted by Johnny Hughes earlier as the recently Chief Executive Officer for the National Youth Authority (NYA), Pius Hadzide boldly rebutted some claims on the "illegal" purchase of some thirty (30) ambulances by the state.