- Nigerians have mocked Ghana for the poor performance at the 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON)
- They say the only two things Ghana could use to claim supremacy over Nigerians are ECG and the government
- The Nigerians say they are better than Ghana in terms of food, beach, football, and many others and this has led to a debate online
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Nigerians on Twitter have taken a swipe at Ghana for the poor performance at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nation (AFCON) ongoing in Cameroon.
The troll was started by one Roviel Obong, who tweeted that Nigeria leads Ghana in everything, including the AFCON.
He added, however, that the only thing Ghana can boast of is the stable electricity supply in Ghana and the government.
Obong wrote that Nigeria's Jollof is better than Ghana’s, Nigeria’s music leads Ghana, and their national team Super Eagles, are way ahead of the Black Stars of Ghana.
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Ghanaians and Nigerians react to Obong’s tweet.
The tweet has triggered massive reactions from both Ghanaians and Nigerian’s online
Martial, for instance, added that they have more beautiful beaches than us:
Sisilia argued, however, that Ghana garri is better than Nigeria’s:
Zaddy also admitted that Ghana’s English is better than what is spoken in Nigeria:
But Monique disagreed:
Richie, A Ghanaian, challenged the Nigerians:
Fabri also wrote that Ghana’s English is more pleasing to the ear:
Junior judged that he lived in both countries and would rate Ghana Jollof above Nigeria’s:
Big Scuffle After Black Stars' Draw At AFCON 2021
Ghana's performance at the ongoing competition has not been appreciated by citizens.
There was a big scuffle that broke out after Ghana drew 1-1 with Gabon in their second match
The Black Stars faced the Panthers in their second match of the tournament in Yaounde on Friday, January 14, 2022.
After losing 1-0 to Morocco in their first game, the Black Stars needed a win to put their destiny of qualification into their own hands.
But after taking an early lead in the 19th minute through a ferocious strike from the captain of the side, Dede Ayew, the Gabonese equalised in the 82nd. After the referee blew his final whistle, a fight broke out between the Black Star players and their opponents.
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