In Ghana, we are usually introduced to either a hilarious event or picture. At times, it tends to offend some individuals, but in totality the intention behind these inventions is to make people happy.
In a recent photo sighted by HOTENT, we identified a refabricated version of the new Ghc50 note.
After taking a closer look at the picture, we recognized some personalities who have become trending topics for various reasons.
It is quite obvious these individuals have become advocates of development for some time now.
Aside the individuals found on the edited image, we can also see words like "Hw3 Form", “Glass Nkoaa” and Bank of Truth.
Looking at the inscriptions on the note, it is quite obvious the editor wanted to communicate some kind of information to Ghanaians funnily.
I would like to draw the attention of readers to the fact that, making such a creative image of the legal tender is not to tarnish the image of the true originators of the actual paper note.
However, it is just to reduce tension and put a smile of everyone's face. As the saying goes, laughter is the best medicine.
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