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Most Ghanaians Expressed Hardships in The Country When Nana Aba Asked This Question

Fuel and food prices have shot up considerably in recent times. The economic situation in the country has never been favorable ever since the coronavirus pandemic struck the world. This has made Ghanaians put more pressure on the government to be up and doing to remedy the situation in the earliest possible time.

The youth complain of lack of employment opportunities, industrial players are also bemoaning high tax rate, low sales, and poor performance of the Ghana cedis against major trading currencies like the USD, as public servants lament poor working conditions.

The fix the country and public sector demonstrations, and the industrial strike by the University Teachers Association of Ghana, UTAG are but few incidents that typify what the ordinary Ghanaian is going through as of now. 

Though the government has assured the citizenry that it is on top of issues and sooner than later life will come back to normalcy, people seem to be running out of patience as the situation gets more difficult with time.

It is therefore no surprise when people expressed hardships when Nana Ama Anamoah asked Ghanaians a question on her Facebook account.

On a scale of one 0-10, how great do your pocket/wallets, MoMo, and bank account feel? She asked. These were reactions of Ghanaians who commented

Bismack Sage Kyie wrote "Shift the scale to negative or decimals"

Nii-Lartey Attah Narh wrote "Mine is lighter than light soup ooo hmm"

Yeah Yaw wrote "please someone should help me what's the number before zero? If any, please put it there for me as answer"

Others include;

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