Popular Journalist Vim Lady Afia Pokuaa has posted a photo of a dead body on her official Facebook page. According to her, the Lord is very sad weeping for the whole country Ghana. It's However unclear about her reason for posting such a photo with that inscription. This photo sparked a lot of controversy on social media.
There were those who interpreted the photo of the dead body as a representation of Ghana's economy. Perhaps, Vim Lady Afia Pokuaa is trying to personificate her feelings about the dead economy by using the picture of a dead body.
" This country, even the Lord is weeping for us" That's exactly what Afia Pokuaa wrote with some Ghana flags and crying emojis.
In your own interpretation, why do you think Vim Lady Afia Pokuaa posted the photo of the dead body? And why is she saying that the Lord is even crying for us ?
Check out a screenshot of Afia Pokuaa Vim Lady's post.
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