Some Ghanaians React to Gabby Okyere-Darko's Post On Twitter
By Logixticatsu | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 3491 views
Some Ghanaians reacted extensively to Mr Gabby Okyere-Darko post on his twitter handle page. When he shared a post on a comment he made sometime ago on the EC formal boss Charlotte Osei then shared by mobile.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomepage. This post generated some massive reactions from his followers on Twitter. Mr Gabby Okyere-Darko is a lawyer and who has been call to the bar. MrGabby has been in the news for sometime now.
Below is some of the reactions from his followers some are in the view that Mr Gabby Okyere-Darko’s comment have hunt him. Some also say that the formal EC boss is the best and others also commented massively.
this is what Mr Gabby share and it generated much reactions. “Ghanaians must stand before Charlotte Osei to destroy our democracy...she’s doing just that competently so
Do you think Mr Gabby Okyere-Darko suppose to make that comment. Kindly share your views on the comment box and don’t forget to share. Thanks
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