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Various campaigns aside the partisan political ones are being launched all over on the inter especially social media platforms.
There has been the peace campaign challenge which currently is ongoing vigorously, the rescue mission campaign amongst others.
The new one to join the ranks of the social media campaigns now is a campaign being waged on Nepotism and its consequent disadvantages being spearheaded by the Pentecost Church of the Dansoman Area in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
On the internet today I came across this photo of a church member holding such placard with inscriptions as "Nepotism, A Threat To National Security."
This got some Facebook users talking with one user asking whether the nation was going to war or was at war to solicit such campaigns.
Here's some photos:
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