With regards to the IMF bailout Ghana has decided to start negotiations with the agency, Ghanaians have lambasted the government in all angles for which tilapia da cartoonist is one of them. He shared his creative art works on the IMF bailout and today was a count.
Writing from the official twitter page of connect fm, a member of the TV3 news group is a new art work of Tilapia demonstrating the IMF bailout assessment which will commence any time soon. In his art work included the president by an overweight elephant with an IMF official assessing Ghana’s loan requests saying “ We have to put him on a diet and no more showers in the sky”. It looks very communicative and positive though by some citizens were not happy with it.
“Enough of all your propaganda. Let’s embrace it for it has already been decided upon. Let’s hope for the best”, a concerned user shared and this indicates how fed up some of the citizens are with the harsh attacks and propaganda the government is receiving.
What is your opinion about the users reaction? Should all Ghanaians at this juncture let everything go and support the president to help rescue the economy in this hard times? Let your opinion be heard in the comments section below. Do not be left out. Have a nice day!
SOURCE: Connect Fm/twitter.com
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