Many people took to the street to demonstrate because of the hardship in the country during 'Arise For Ghana' demonstration. People from different parts of the country can in massively to join the protesters on the street of Accra during the demonstration. A woman after the pictures from the scene surfaced online has taken a trend on social media after she was spotted carrying a 'bottle' with words written on it. The words written on it says, "1 GALLON OF OIL, GH¢ 500". Most people could not keep quiet while watching the words because they believe market women took the advantage of the pandemic, Covid-19 to deceive many people in the country. And as a result many people in the country suffered within the covid-19 era. Though there isn't any evidence to back their claims but they believe because such behavior from many Ghanaians especially market women caused more harm than good.
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