Coming Sunday, February 14, 2021 is Valentine Day. It also happens to be The National Chocolate Day in Ghana. As part of creating awareness many government officials have shared the benefits of chocolate. Today president Akufo-Addo has also released a video promoting chocolates and cocoa products.
The president thanked governemt and the people of Ghana especially those in the cocoa business. The President then spoke about the health benefits of cocoa. According to him the local per capital consumption of cocoa in Ghana stands at 0.5kg. he maintained that this should rise to 1kg per Ghanaian.
He insisted that he is a consumer of Ghana made cocoa products especially chocolates and encouraged Ghanaians to patronize it.
After the president posted the video, Ghanaians reacted massively to the post with a plethora of varied opinions. Some referred to the prices of chocolates in the country, while others praised the president for his policies so far. Some also went extreme to criticize the president on issues relating to governance.
Check out some of the comments.
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