Ghanaians set Vodafone on Twitter-fire as internet stops working for hours

Ghanaians set Vodafone on Twitter-fire as internet stops working for hours

- Vodafone has suffered in the hands of Ghanaians on Twitter for a challenge with the internet that has extended over several hours

- It is clear that Vodafone has regretted the action and apologized for the disservice but Ghanaians have had none of that

- Some of the interesting and hilarious tweets have been gathered by

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Ghanaians have descended on Vodafone, one of the most popular telecommunications networks in the country for internet connectivity issues with their network.

Lately, Vodafone has been experiencing some technical challenges that have affected the internet connectivity of many users.

Although a quick call to the service centre reveals the telco bitterly regrets the disservice, apologizes for it and is committed to resolving it quickly, Ghanaians would have none of that.

Ghanaians set Vodafone on Twitter-fire as internet stops working for hours
Source: UGC
Source: UGC

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Many people took to Twitter to bash Vodafone mercilessly and has, as usual, gathered the most interesting and hilarious comments.

Retired Student mentioned in an interesting way how the Vodafone internet has been behaving lately.

According to Flex Minister, Vodafone will not be forgiven for the technical challenge but rather 'handled' squarely on Twitter.

Mederic also came along saying that in cases his relationship does not work out, Vodafone is to blame

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Angel Topedo also opined that Vodafone must compensate all its uses for putting them through the difficulty

Interestingly, AF was still wondering if he was the only one experiencing a challenge with the Vodafone network

Kelewele Joint's tweet was probably the most hilarious as he compared Vodafone's current problem with that which MTN faced some months ago.

In other news, an amazing video from 1992 of Derek Redmond snapping his hamstring during the 400m semi-final race in Barcelona's 1992 Summer Olympics has seen a trend on Father's Day.

The video sighted by on Twitter shows the true meaning of fatherhood as Derek's dad showed up to stand by him in his toughest moments.

Just four years earlier, in 1988, Redmond had been forced to drop out of the same race before it even began at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul because of a torn Achilles tendon.

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