The newest hashtag which took Twitter by storm over the course of today is #johnmahamabuiltit . Over the course of the start of this month, the famous #fixthecountry which trended number one on the world Twitter trending chart. It was started by a Ghanain twitter celebrity by the name kalyjay. It gathered a lot of momentum and agitated Ghanaians on the current situation in the country. A protest was intended to make the youth voice out their anger on the streets but was stopped by the police.
This new hashtag however is rather referring us to what was done by the previous government under the leadership of His Excellency the former president of the democratic republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama. Twitter user in this hashtag are posting photos and videos about what the previous government has done and it is currently trending number one in Ghana.
What do you think of this hashtag? Do you think it is going to really help us build the Ghana we all imagine? Comment what you think.
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