Ghanaians share 3 top concerns as Christmas Day messages to their fellow Ghanaians

Ghanaians share 3 top concerns as Christmas Day messages to their fellow Ghanaians

Some Ghanaians have shared varied messages and concerns with YENkasa TV as Christians across the world mark the birth of Jesus Christ with the Christmas festival on December 25.

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While some extended yuletide felicitation to their loved ones, others expressed concerns about the 2020 post-election happenings, including the recent market fire outbreaks.

In a Yuletide dialogue edition with YENKasa, some desired God's mercies for their loved ones while others commented about the impact of the raging coronavirus pandemic on their business and the post-election fire outbreaks in some principal markets in the country.

Sharing his Christmas message, the first speaker expressed gratitude for his life despite the challenges of 2020.

Ghanaians share 3 top concerns as Christmas messages to their fellow Ghanaians

Ghanaians express concerns as Christmas Day messages to their fellow Ghanaians. Photo: YENkasa
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He rightly indicated that the coronavirus pandemic had been a setback to his business, but God's divine intervention has seen him through the year.

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While sharing his Christmas message to Ghanaians, the second speaker, a taxi driver stationed at American-House in East Legon in Accra, refused to acknowledge President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo's victory in the just-ended December 7 general elections.

He claimed the 2020 presidential poll was rigged in favour of President Nana Akufo-Addo, insisting that the presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and former president, John Dramani Mahama won the election.

The last speaker, also a taxi driver at American-House, expressed worry about the latest fire outbreaks that destroyed properties in the Kaneshie, Koforidua, and Kantamanto markets.

He hinted that the post-election fire outbreaks could be arson due to the rate at which these fires had occurred.

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In other YEN.com.gh news, Barbara Mahama, the widow of the late Captain Major Maxwell Mahama, has released bedazzling photos to reveal moments from her eventful year on social media.

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Sharing the stunning snaps of herself to celebrate the birth of Christ on Christmas day, December 25, the mother of two reiterated that ''Jesus Christ is the reason for the season'' while urging people to be ''merry, hopeful, and cheerful''.

The businesswoman expressed gratitude to her followers and loved ones who have supported her through the challenging year of 2020.

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