The prices of goods and services such as fuel, under this Government has been increasing at an increasing. This has however resulted into some kind of economic hardship in the country for a while now.
However, the recent trending news that has undoubtedly led majority of Ghanaians to massively react across all social media platform has got with a post made by the special aide to the Former President of Ghana during the erstwhile administration, Felix Kwakye Ofosu. His post was in accordance to the constant increase in the prices in fuel as emphatically mentioned earlier. According to Felix Kwakye Ofosu, Diesel now sells at GHS 11.24. His post depicts a shock at how prices of Diesel is increasing.
His message has caused Ghanaians to massively react.
According to Theonewhowasdead Andcamebacktolife, the Government is the useless Government in the history of Ghana without shame. As maintained by Akwasi Denny, his party will win power and will do worse than this.
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