Ahead of the Independence Day Celebration on 6th March, Ghanaians in the Diaspora have come together to show love for their motherland on Twitter.
This raised some concerns among Ghanaians living in Ghana as they did not understand what needed to be celebrated about the country.
The British-Ghanaians got infuriated and begun spewing insults, implying that those in the motherland are poor kenkey sellers and are only decorations as they do not benefit the country in any way.
See tweet and reactions below:
lol Ghanaians in the UK are not same as those in the USA
— C A R L O S 🇬🇭 (@ffokncarlos) March 4, 2021
Someone is also saying if we think we are not decorations then we should settle it with a dance battle on 6th. E dey make sense mmom
3nam me dor enti ofr3 me otoooolege coupled up with zigi- Amanda and daddy lumba with two flags as handkerchief for borborbor
— I’m in spain but the s is silent (@boobsoverbooks) March 4, 2021
Me eno dey touch me sake of I dey see whatever edey go on banter but more people take am personal. Both sides people take things personal but one thing I know for sure is that no Ghanaian on this application software called Twitter is ‘jealous’ because they’re in abrokyire.
— DTee (@this_ghana_boy) March 4, 2021
calling our mothers kenkey sellers eiii
— 👼🏾 (@ewuraakuaa) March 4, 2021
How can you ask Ghanaians who live and work in Ghana and who pay taxes what they contribute to Ghana ??? 🥴
— Kelz #ENDSARS (@Commander__Li) March 4, 2021