After her “What Shawa Say” video went viral, gospel singer, Cecilia Marfo, has dropped another worship song which is taking social media by storm.
The new video, “Kasa Foforo,” has been shared more than 5000 times with people creating their own versions and adding subtitles.
Earlier this month, Cecilia Marfo, who was captured in a video doing a rendition of the popular gospel song, ‘Thank You, Lord’ had her video shared several times, eventually becoming a social media challenge.
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In other news, Ghanaian motorists will no longer be obliged to pay tolls, as of yesterday, Thursday, November 18, 2021. Ken Ofori-Atta, Ghana’s Finance Minister, stated this in parliament during the introduction of the 2022 Budget.
The news of the country’s toll booths being closed has elicited conflicting emotions, with many people asking what the future holds for those who used to work at the numerous toll booths.
Nana Aba Anamoah, the broadcast journalist, questioned the government’s latest instruction in a tweet seen by Dklassgh.com.
She wrote, “So what happens to the toll booth workers? Oh! The hawkers at the booths too.”
Reading the 2022 Budget in Parliament on Wednesday, Mr Ofori-Atta stated: “Mr Speaker, our roads need fixing. Our roads are being fixed. It is true that more roads have been fixed and are being fixed over the last five years than any relative period in the entire history of our nation. We even want to do a lot more. That is why for decades, Government after Government imposed and maintained tolls on…Continue reading