It was founders' day, a day that is set aside to remember the sacrifices our forefathers and the founding leaders of Ghana made so as to gain freedom and Independence for us all.
People visited tourist sites and others also used this opportunity to go on fix the country demonstration.
But whiles all these things were going on former National Democratic Congress deputy secretary, Mr Samuel Koku Anyidoho took to his twitter platform in the evening to tell Ghanaians that this our Noble Country is a Banana Republic.
How did he say this? The NDC guru who is now expelled from the party started by writing and asking that, "People of Ghana: With all due respect, is Ghana A Banana Republic?".
This got several people angry and most of them have him the insult of his life but one of the users that lambasted him so well answered him by saying, "Ask your friend Nana Akufo Addo".
This question from Mr Samuel Koku Anyidoho tells Ghanaians why the National Democratic Congress expelled him for misconduct and other related issues. Comparing your own land to a fruit is sheer disrespect and needs to be put on the right track.
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