Today, on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, Johnnie Hughes made an appearance on television with Johnnies Bite. Johnnie was sick and had to take some time off, so the program had been off for a while. Johnnie came back with a stern letter addressed to the head of the Ghana Immigration Service.
Johnnie has been opposing the contract extension of retirees for a while. God has commanded that older individuals retire when younger persons who have reached the promotion stage get promoted.
Some folks haven’t responded positively to this campaign. Kwame Asuah Takyi, the GIS’s Comptroller General, is one of them.The service has addressed several claims by Johnnie calling for him to resign for some decisions he has made in a letter written by Michael Amoako-Atta, the Head of Public Affairs.
Johnnie received a letter from the Service that addressed some of his issues. Johnnie had lamented the institution’s involvement in unethical practices and how the Aisha Huang controversy is making matters worse.
In the letter, the Service expresses resentment about the way Johnnie and some media plan to damage the institution’s and the Comptroller’s reputation. Johnnie thought about the letter and wondered if he was saying the wrong thing.
“You disqualify people on height and yet appoint people who are so short. Why did you downgrade regional commanders to sector commanders? Takyi must go.”
Johnnie Hughes remarked saying, “The corruption must stop. I told you not to cross the line. You have done so and I am coming for you. I will deal with you.”
In order to expose Asuah Takyi and force him to return home, Johnnie declared that he was prepared to spill certain secrets. In response to Asuah Takyi and his cohorts’ attempt to disrepute him with a letter, Johnnie said that he would rather go ahead and bring them to their knees.
Johnnie made it plain that his “Let the retirees go” campaign is directed at everyone who has attained pension age and is still employed.
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