CLOSSAG has finally splashed the principal streets of Accra with protest images warning Honorable Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Ata.
As usual, social media users couldn't keep calm after photos carrying warning inscriptions to Honorable Ken Ofori Ata were Splashed in Accra. The photos surfaced online. This was actually done by CLOSSAG.
While some Facebook users felt that the photos were quite infantile or childish, there were those who supported it. Perhaps, CLOSSAG wanted to depict their anger through images. As to what motivated or encouraged them to put a scary image on the poster, we cannot tell.
CLOSSAG has been protesting about their condition of service. Many strike actions has already been initiated. Perhaps, if Honorable Ken Ofori Ata gets the chance to drive in the streets of Accra, he may see the photos and consider the demand of CLOSSAG.
I've attached one of the photos as shared by Ameyaw Debra. I've also attached some of the reactions from the social media users. You can share your comments on the matter with us.
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