Tilapia Da Cartoonist is a cartoonist who use his works to talk about social issues in the country in a satirical way. He use his platform on 3news to get to the masses. He mostly directs most of his messages to the ongoing actions of the government and how it is affecting the country. The photos are somehow hilarious and funny but it looks like some Ghanaians have had enough of it.
Today, he has dropped a cartoon that conveys a louder message. Interestingly, this message coincides with the current news and events of Ghana. Every picture or cartoon has a different meaning for the person who perceives it. He has posted a photo that speaks on how the government misuse state’s money and how the IMF should help lower them for us.
This photo have raised many reactions and concerns from Ghanaians as many people have been hailing them whiles others also thinks they just hate the government. Some netizens have attacked TV3 for posting such photo as they think it’s all about hating this government and even addressed the station as Anti-NPP.
Here is the photo and some of the comments;
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