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Today, the 8th of May 2022, marks the world celebration of mothers. Without a doubt, after showing gratitude to the Almighty Creator, mothers are the next in line. Mother are mostly known for hustling to give their kids a good life, supporting their husbands in times of good and bad, keeping the husband's family and hers together and many more. As such, many are using this day to show gratitude to their mothers for their love and support.
However, the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo has sparked massive stir among Ghanaians across all social media platforms with a post. In a recent post, the President writes;
Happy mother's day to my beautiful Rebecca, to my daughters, and, indeed, to all Ghanaian women. May God bless you all.
Undoubtedly, the President's unexpected post has received massive reactions from Ghanaians. According to Seth Addi, Serwaa Broni is missing from the picture.
Here are more reactions.
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