Blame Bawumia for Ghana’s current Hardship

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Dr. Kobby Mensah, a political marketing lecturer at the University of Ghana, has blamed Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for Ghana’s current problems.

Ghanaian youth are currently calling on the government to stand up and fix the country in order to make it a better place for them.

#fixthecountry is trending, and celebrities and other Ghanaians are putting pressure on the government to fix the system so that people can live better lives.

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Fuel prices are rising, power, river bodies, and the country’s forest reserves are experiencing erratic supply due to galamsey, the unemployment rate is rising, and there is also underemployment.

In response to the trend, Dr. Kobby Mensah blamed Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for the country’s current difficulties.

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His point is that the Vice President painted a bleak picture of the John Dramani Mahama administration and led Ghanaians to believe that the NPP would do better, but that hasn’t been the case.


“It’s all Bawumia’s fault #FixTheCountry #FixGhana.”

“When Bawumia couldn’t fix the economy after talking too much he now runaway from that platform onto digitalisation.”

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