Reactions from some Ghanaians on Joy 99.7 FM’s twitter platform is causing a lot of traffic at the the moment on social media. Joy 99.7 FM has this program they usually air and It is called the Joy SMS. On this platform or program vital topics are normally discussed and the topic that was discussed was The Ghanaian Dream.
Joy 99.7 FM on this social media platform of theirs revealed that a survey conducted about Ghanaians traveling outside the country has made it known that 70% of Ghanaians will want to leave Ghana.
But some Ghanaians using this same social media platform have reacted this claim or survey findings. Most of them talked against that the result is not a true reflection of the actual situation or what can happen, because more people than the survey result will love to leave the country if given the opportunity.
One of them said, "I think about 99.9% of Ghanaians will leave Ghana when given the opportunity."
And the second person also made it known that, "70% is not the true reflection of the real situation. The reality is that 99.9% of Ghanaians will leave if we are given the opportunity."
Are their reactions true? What do you think about it?
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