Until now, Ghanaian's are wondering what is happening in the country which is above their understanding. People are asking questions about the things that are happening today in Ghana.
However, this recent fire outbreak has drawn many people's minds to their past life, unlike the incident that happened in the year 2019 at kantamanto which causes many traders to lose their properties. In that year of 2019 was the saddest moment in Ghana that leads many people to their early grave.
And now another shocking moment has happened once again at Makola which has lead over fifty-five stores into the hands of a fire outbreak.
In this case, no one knows what is the course of the fire outbreak.
On a serious note, a journalist interviews the owner of the stores in makola if he can tell how the fire outbreak incident happened but he couldn't. The owner of the stores was angry at the fire service who is suppose to pour water on the fire to lives and properties at moment. Why?
Because they said there no water in fire hydrants in and around makola!
In this case, a cartoonist used this opportunity to draw the picture above that tells the story of the fire hydrants in Ghana.
And also many popular Facebook people in the country give out their comments on the incident that has happened recently. Their comments are below this section:
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