Politics in Ghana has taken new dimension, as people can express their opinion on social media without any intimidation and harassment. In the olden days, it wasn't easy to express your views on any social media platforms but today, if you're government official and you go contrary to the laws of Ghana you will be backlash.
However, the fact that you are eligible to criticize the government policies and programmes doesn't mean to insult or use provocative languages. Politics is all about divergences and disagreements that exists among human beings. So the youth should mind their language and opines in a wise manner
The post of one prominent politician has got people talking criticizing both NPP and NDC. This follows after Former Minister for Communication & Presidential Spokesperson Edward Kofi Omane Boamah queried on his Facebook page, as he wrote "4 More To Do More; How is The More Treating You".
Ghanaians has reacted massively condemned both NPP and NDC for mess created in the country.
Below are some of the comments.
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