The Covid 19 pandemic has made things very difficult for Ghanaians and they want to see a Change. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic which occurred World wide, borders in our country were closed and we are waiting to see when it will be open. In relation to this, the people of Aflao Ewe's became furious and they embarked on a massive from to inform the president to open the borders.
Live telecast from TV3, the residents in Aflao in the Volta Region of Ghana lament bitterly over the closure of Borders and it's negative impact to their survival. They made it known that their economic activities such as buying and selling cannot be realized any longer as a result of what the Government has done. They are calling on Government to open the borders.
At the midst of their demostration, we have spotted unsual pictures of which we cannot even describe. We can only guess that, a human being can be found in something that looks like a hut processing on the road as part of their demonstration. This is unsual pictures and we don't know what they truly depicts.
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