Ghanaians at shock after seeing the current state of the Ambulances President Akuffo Addo shared to each constituency just 9 month ago, well on social media they pour their anger and shock.
In late January this year, the sitting president of Ghana, his excellency Akuffo Addo shared 307 brand new ambulances to all the constituencies in Ghana.
In a video sighted on social media sees the brand new ambulances Akuffo Addo shared not long ago in very bad state as some looks extremely damaged.
Barely 9 month, some of the new ambulances look very damaged and abandoned in some part of Ghana, following the surface of the video, some Ghanaians seams shock and angry as they react hugely on social media.
”If Ghanaians don’t change, even if Jesus come do president sef the country go be like this noo”, this and many more are some reactions made on social media.
Watch below video of the damaged and abandoned ambulances along side screenshot of some reactions made on social media.
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