Today, Sammy Gyamfi and Kweku Baako Jnr. were the panelist on the Good Morning Ghana show. These two pairs always make the headline whenever they meet on the show. They first deliberated on the #fix the country demonstration that took place yesterday. Having all agreed that the demonstration was very necessary and important, Randy Abbey informed Kweku Baako that there is a raging war in the Greater Accra currently. He revealed that the war was not a new one but it has been raging for some time now and they they will make their first appearance at court today; The Saglemi Housing war.
"Kweku Baako, there is a big war in the Greater Accra region. You know there have been wars in Accra, the Akatamanso war and all that. It appears there is a new war. In fact it is not new, it has been raging but it looks like it will make its maiden appearance in the court of Ghana today; the war of Saglemi. What do you know about the war and the combatant and the platform to set it on.", Randy Abbey.
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