Following the fire that start early today at makola.
There have been massive reactions from Ghanaians about the that happened at Makola, initially when the fire started, the fire service personnels would have put it off there was no water to stop the fire.
Many properties have been destroyed today.
Below are some reactions of Ghanaians;
One comments which everyone is talking about is, the one which was made by Akua Osaa Deborah which says "Twene Jonas ka p3 moseee w'abodam" which means "When Twene Jonas talks, then people say he's mad"
Twene Jonas has been criticizing the government lately but anytime he does, Ghanaians probably thinks he was attention so they don't take his words serious.
But now as the fire incident happened at Makola, Ghanaians have realized that, indeed the government needs to be criticized.
Do you think what Twene Jonas is doing is good? Do you think criticizing the government will help the progress of this economy?
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