Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson took to her Twitter page to express her sentiment about the hardship in Ghana.
The actress known for speaking her mind on national issues took to Twitter to post that times are hard for a lot of Ghanaians and things are going bad.
She tweeted: “Things are hard in this country!!!! It’s that bad!!!!!!”
Her thought got reactions from her followers including colleague actor John Dumelo who replied her tweet with “I told you so,” pointing out that his warnings, although ignored, have been proved to be well founded.
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In a quick riposte Yvonne tweeted back saying, “Chaa, I no Dey see top! Everything is expensive Charley! Job sef no Dey.”
John didnt end there but again urged Yvonne to take heart thus “Yvonne, don’t worry. Things will get better soon.”
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Some fans shared their own evidence of the hardship they are confronted with in their lives while others were optimistic that things will soon get better.
This follows after a popular leader of the Shatta Movement (SM), Shatta Wale also called on the President and the government to do all within their means to solve the hardship in the system. He also said there is a lot of suffering.
Again, outspoken academic Ransford Gyampo called on the Akufo-Addo government to fix the hardships facing Ghanaians and stop the “mediocre” exercise of comparing their performance to the erstwhile John Mahama administration.
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According to him, the government may not be fully able to appreciate the challenges Ghanaians are going through because its supporters are not speaking up or have become sycophantic.
In a Facebook post, Prof. Gyampo noted “When people are suffering, you don’t tell them you are better managers than the NDC. Comparing your performance to a regime that suffered such a monumental defeat is a tacit admission of failure and mediocrity. Please communicate a better explanation because you are reputed to be the most competent person in pontificating about issues relating to the economy.”