The aftermath of President Nana Addo Danlwa Akufo-Addo's speech addressing the economy has done more harm than good. The speech which was supposed to calm the nerves of Ghanaians and put the current government on top of its game has taken a totally different turn.
During the speech, the President made a statement in French which he later translated into English as "Money doesn't like noise." This has taken all over social media. Mind you this was not the central idea of the President's speech. That statement is currently getting all the attention of citizens.
Many citizens expressed their displeasure at the speech by saying it was a waste of time. But internet users have wasted no time in creating memes from that particular statement from the speech. It is surprising how fast internet users create these memes. I have gathered some of these hilarious memes. Check them out below.
1 . Even when noise is the best drink you will ever have.
2. Addo D handled it differently.
3. What else can we do if we don't talk!
4. That is surely the anthem.
5. Hustle and don't forget money doesn't like noise.
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