It is currently identified that, the Ghanaian youth are beginning to realize that they have their own say in the country. They are beginning to pose questions that may seem somewhat disrespectful to elders.
Recently it was Twene Jonas who said what he thought was right but ended up bringing a whole lot of problems. Currently, a new post by a blogger identified to be Kobby Kyei is cooking up another commotion on social media.
The post which read, "Honestly, where does all the gold money in the Ashanti Kingdom go?" which actually may make some sense is spiking another controversy.
Are all these happening because the youth no longer have respect for the elderly or because they really need a clear of doubt on the way they perceive their leaders to be?
Or they are now fed up with everything? Kindly drop your suggestion in the comment box so we know what you think.
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