Renowned Ghanaian media personality, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana has registered his frustration in how Ghanaians mostly focus and promote negativity instead of pushing positive agendas, especially on social media.


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He made this known while interacting with GhOne TV’s Serwaa Amihere while cruising in town. According to the seasoned broadcaster, negative schemes always become the most talked about on social media while there are positive agendas to be promoted.

Instead of building social relations and social correspondence which prompts solidarity among the individuals on digital platforms, Ghanaians would rather drag, troll, and condemn people just for the fun of it.

Abeiku Santana cited an example using the most trended Gospel musician for a few weeks now, Cecilia Marfo. According to him, the singer has been in the industry for a very long time now but no one seems to take notice of her gospel gifts but after she wrongly pronounced a few words while singing an English gospel song, she has suddenly gained fame and become the most-talked-about on social media.

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In other news, award-winning Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall musician, Emmanuel Andrew Sammini, affectionately known as Samini has reported that his Facebook account has been hijacked by some unknown hackers.

Taking to the microblogging platform, Twitter, Samini revealed that his Facebook account with over a million views has been hacked, hence fans should ignore any unusual post made about him or his music brand on the page.

He further revealed that his team is working effortlessly to restore the account to its normal state.



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