On Twitter today, Breaking The Eight is leading the trends in Ghana.
However, it’s not about the Governing Political Party’s agenda for the 2024 election but about the increase in the prices of fuel.
In Ghana currently, fuel prices are increased virtually everyday and although concerns have been raised, nothing seem to be done about it.
On Wednesday evening, fuel prices were increased.
Total, a leader Oil Marketing Company now sells super at 7.99 which is almost 8.00.
This new pricing is what the people of Ghana are complaining about and likening it to the agenda of the New Patriotic Party to break the eight year cycle in Ghana politics.
Take a read of some of the tweets here: