The Adomi Bridge was constructed in the year of Ghana's independence of 1957. Since then, it has become a symbol of national pride having graced the fronts of bank notes, postage stamps and other statutory items.
YEN.com.gh recently reported the structural integrity of the bridge is under threat from faceless individuals who are removing bolts and nuts that are part of the bridge.
It is not clear for which reasons these individuals need the bolts and nuts. But the floodlights installed on the bridge after renovation are currently malfunctioning and that helps the culprits.
YEN.com.gh readers reacted to the information from various perspectives. From the comical to the serious, we bring you some of these reactions.
Jamie Benz was skeptical about the manner of the missing bolts and nuts. This Facebook user believes "how shoddy JM (John Mahama) did his works" is to blame.
Calling on the ongoing disagreements between Sarkodie and Shatta Wale, Bebi Nti jokes about "Alumi Boys GH" as the culprits who might have stolen the pieces from the bridge.
"Believe it or not this might be one of our prophets in GH who was planning tell us something deadly is about to happen there", said Nana Baako Ba Baako. This user plays on the doomsday prophecies of preachers.
Eric Mercer felt a need to associate the matter with a wider situation of the economy, writing: "Effect of hardship on the people".
Sylvester Senam Destiny believes that in this age of digital information over the internet. YEN.com.gh was doing a disservice to Ghanaians by reporting on the negatives about the "country and its citizens".
And lastly, Skare Krow thinks that this was a matter of Ghanaian citizens refusing to be responsible for their country.
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