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Ex- Presidential Staffer Boldly Reveals Sad Secrets That Happened In Speeding Convoys Of Presidents.

She is Popularly known as Maa Rejoice. Mrs Rejoice Akpedoh have spoken about her good old days. According to her she worked as a Presidential Staffer under President Hilla Liman‘s government.

According to her, she explained that anytime they were on a National assignment, she feels sad.

She took time to explain her sadness.

She explained that the main reason of her fear and sadness was how the vehicles they use to travel moves on top speed despite poor roads.

Again, when she is in the air conditioned vehicle and she sees women like herself selling in the sun, she feels sad and sometimes feels they were not doing the Best as government to help women.

Despite everything, she recounted how media men sometimes move to the back of their vehicles to take pictures. She said it was dangerous.

She said she was happy going on pension from the Presidency and never wished to enter politics again.

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She spoke on OUR TIME SHOW on Gratify TV.

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