Ghanaians have reacted to the recent discovery of a substance which is believed to be crude oil. Crude oil is valuable and Ghanaians are blessed to have it in their soil. These natural resources are in abundance in this country. And this could have made Ghana one of the greatest African countries.
The crude discovery has received massive reactions from Ghanaians with fresh blames on the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. For many who have been dissatisfied and displeased with how he manages the economy, this could be another project for the Chinese and foreign companies to take over.
It is not the first time this government is handing over our natural resources to foreign companies to be extracted and given a peanut and that is why many are in fear of how this will be mismanaged if it’s proven to be crude.
We will hand it over to the Chinese and be used as workers without benefiting from it, majority of Ghanaians across social media reacted and called out Nana Addo.
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