There are a lot of African countries going through economic hardship but the food that was given to these children is very pathetic. Watching the screenshots from the video in this article, you can see that some school children have formed a queue collecting their lunch food. One can not tell what was used to prepare the soup but the soup looks like water.
Even with this, you can see that each child was given a ladle of this soup. There was no fish and the carbohydrate is very big. If these children continue to eat this kind of food, they will get beriberi. The food is not a balanced diet and should not be given to children at that age.
Some social media users after coming across this video said that prisoners' food even looks more balanced than these kids' school food. According to the person who posted this video on social media, this sad incident happened somewhere in Africa but not Ghana.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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