Some Ghanaians have listed some challenges they believe the country is facing at the moment.
Their lists are in response to a question posed with respect to all that Ghana can boast of as a country aside from the peace it enjoys.
To a number of them, the country faces a myriad of challenges and those issues are the only ones fit to be presented as things that the country can boast of aside the peace she enjoys:
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Keteku argued that Ghana has no peace.
To Agyemang, the political decisions of uneducated people hurt Ghana a lot.
Forson believes that Ghana has natural resources and its citizens are intelligent.
Khidir is not convinced Ghana still has peace.
Tugah agreed, wondering where the peace is.
To Sei, the country has its integrity intact and its people are sociable.
Alhassan believes that there is corruption, lawlessness and hardship in this country.
Azee also noted that the country has a corrupt president, a dead movie industry and more challenges.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ada, Comfort Doyoe Cudjoe Ghansah, is seen sharing chewing gum to colleague MPs.
The motive behind the act is to help them stay awake during the course of the 2020 budget presentation by the minister of finance, Ken Ofori Atta.
The gum was distributed to both sides of the House and Ghansah is seen moving from chair to chair handing out the gums to others who had their arms stretched to receive them.
The move was to prevent half-sleepy MPs from falling asleep so they could pay full attention to the finance member.
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