NPP government after the assumption of incumbency in 2016 has drove the economy of Ghana into what Ghanaians call a big and shameful mess. Ghanaians have heavily descended on the government for catapulting the economy into a web of 'Dumsor', high level of unemployment, polluted water bodies, poor road networks, inflation, draconian taxes and several predicaments.
Many Ghanaians on their Twitter handles have verbally attacked the government and call on it to fix the economy as they held #FixTheCountry. A popular Joy tv media journalist, Johnnie Hughes even went to the extent of referencing what H.E Nana Addo said during one of his campaign tours. He said "I will change Ghana in 18 months if you vote for me."
Below are some of the reactions of angry Ghanaians on their Twitter handles.
In fact, Ghanaians did not meander around the issue of the devastating state of the economy, they proved that indeed sovereignty lies within the people and not the government.
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