Ghanaians express frustration at some recent happenings in the country

Ghanaians express frustration at some recent happenings in the country

- Scores of Ghanaians om social media have expressed their frustration on the numerous issues that has been going on in Ghana

- They mentioned hard economy, corruption, unfair treatment of citizens among others as their dissatisfaction about the system

- Social media users on Facebook seem to be angry at many of the recent happenings in the country

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Facebok users have rendered their dissatisfaction about the numerous challenges that Ghana is facing currently.

According to them, the new communication tax, the create, loot and share phenomenon is a worry to them.

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In a series of comments written under a YEN.com.gh native post, Ghanaians expressed their frustrations about the system.

After a native post that read "What is something good that is happening in Ghana right now?", they disclosed their various worries:

Jah complained about the tough system:

Abdul listed some of his worries:

Sean expressed his frustration:

Gina complained about the debt stock:

Naima had this to say:

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Deducing from the comment, it is evident that the masses are not excited about all that is currently happening in Ghana.

In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Miss Malaika 2006, Hamamat Montia as her current photo went viral.

In the rather rare photo, the former beauty queen was seen sitting in a pot which was placed on fire.

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