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Massive Reactions From Ghanaians After Seeing This Post On Social Media

Many Ghanaians seem to be complaining about the current economic hardships in Ghana. They have expressed their frustrations in diverse ways and though the government keeps assuring them of good tidings, nothing is available yet. This is not to say the government is not working. It is and that is why Ghanaians reelected the Akufo-Addo government back into office for a second term. Some also argue that the mere fact that John Mahama pulled over 6 million voters means Ghanaians wanted change.

One of the most touted achievements of the president aside Free SHS has been the Planting for Food and Jobs. The ruling government has said that this has provided jobs for many people and has again made food abundant in the country. Indeed, President Akufo-Addo has on many accounts bragged about how foodstuffs are in excess and this he believes is as a result of the food for planting and jobs.

Many political commentators and opposition members have however argued that this is untrue, because to them food prices have gone up and economic hardships have stepped in.

Well, in a Facebook post by one Vicky Hammah, a photo was posted and plaudits heaped on President Akufo-Addo for his Food for Planting and Jobs, an initiative that has made food commodities cheap. It is unclear if the poster is satirical or indeed being honest. Again, it is unclear if the post is from Vicky Lakshmi Hammah of the Mahama administration or another person.

Many readers however did not take this post and photo lightly as they poured insults and questioned the moral and truthfulness of the post and photo. Many claimed that Ghana is the opposite of what the post tried to portray. Check out the comments and decide for yourself;

Truth or Falsehood?

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