Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

Lately every time the British High Commissioner has attempted to be lighthearted , his joke hasn't gone down too well with Ghanaians. Ghanaians have taken to twitter to vent their frustration with the British diplomat on comments he made about a certain tweet he shared on his personal profile.

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Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

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It seems as though the source of the British diplomats most recent offense was a recent tweet where he commented on the Harmattan weather that seemed to have hit the Ghanaian capital overnight.

Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

Apparently, Ghanaians have taken his question if someone has inaugurated this year's Harmattan weather as yet another attempt by the British diplomat to take cheap shots at Ghana's outgoing president, John Dramani Mahama.

Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

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Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

Some people even thing his behavior is a little juvenile.

Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

Some people are already downright tired on the diplomats tenure, and are already wishing it was over.

Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

But even though some people are all but ready to see the back of him when his tenure ends, it seems as though Mr. Benjamin is here to stay...at least, for another six months

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Jon Benjamin's jokes just don't go down well with Ghanaian's anymore

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