Ghanaians express mixed opinions on the future of the country

Ghanaians express mixed opinions on the future of the country

Ghanaians on social media have given their views on what they think they future holds for Ghana.

Ghana turned 62 years in March, 2019, having gained Independence from British rule in 1957 after decades of colonisation.

Although the West African country has chalked some successes in this journey, there remains a lot to be done.

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The country is, however, still a third-world state despite boasting of several natural resources including gold, oil and cocoa.

In recent years, the country has been hit by numerous corruption scandals as well as other problems of crime.

To this end, YEN.com.gh put up a post on Facebook to solicit the views of Ghanaians on what the future holds for the country.

Nicholas says Ghana has no future in the hands of the politician

Thomas is very hopeful of a bright future for the country

Isaac believes with NDC and NPP, Ghana has no future

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Seth says Free SHS presents the country with a bright future

Kwabena is very skeptical with Ghana's future

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Source: Yen News

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