It was not long ago when twitter was bombarded with hashtag fix the nation. Many people tweeted as it became number one and was trending like never before. The reason for this digital demonstration was because many Ghanaians were not happy about how things are going and the rate at which president Akufo Addo is ruling the nation. Several people with placards hit the internet with their concerns.
As the issue is becoming abated for sometime now, another hashtag has resurrected with the tag, John Mahama built it. The reason for this trending hashtag is to showcase the achievements done by former president John Dramani Mahama. Twitter users have been posting photos like Accra regional hospital, Atuabo free port, among others.
In the process of tweeting and re-tweeting with photos of the projects, one media user posted a photo of Accra Regional Hospital and captioned it, is it not a joy to have him back again, then hashtag Mahama built it. This has generated a lot of controversies as many users have also commented under it.
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