Many times, Ghanaians go on social media to diagnose what they believe is wrong with their country and so YEN.com.gh took to Facebook to ask readers what Ghana is lacking, in their opinion of course.
YEN.com.gh asked Ghanaians through Facebook what they thought our country was lacking. This question stems from the fact that on daily basis, Ghanaians complain about what is holding the country back.
Reasons ranging from economic, religion, culture to poor education and governance have been given.
Everyone who chips in with their opinion seems to think they are right.
YEN.com.gh collated the responses most representing of the close to two thousand we received.
Michael Mckenzie was actually grateful the question was asked. The respondent wrote: "Thank you YEN. Ghana needs a good leadership and patriotic citizens like me and your crew".
Another commenter, Zion Kofi Frimpong, wrote simply: "Common sense and abolishment of foreign God".
Like many, this respondent thinks a religion that is not native to Ghanaians hurts our growth.
Acquah Francis said: "Ooooo Ghana? We the youth is problem to this country and some people's will not understand me but is very true because if our so called NDC done bad things when they are in power the youth will support them to do it and Npp is also doing the Same thing but still the youth is also supporting them so how to solve the problem in this country?"
And in a rather harsh response to matters, Aguedze Benjamin Sarichi noted: "Ghana lacks leaders with common sense. Period!"
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