She holds the view that Ghana isn’t a land of milk and honey where such people will troop in and still have their lives running normally.
She tweeted that before they tighten up their calls, they should fix the bad infrastructure, roads and corruption that is mostly a big headache for all taxpayers.
“They’re telling Americans facing racial discrimination to come to Ghana as if ghana doesn’t have accentuating issues already. From bad roads to bad Infrastructure to corrupt authorities! Fix your country first and before you invite any outsiders.”
During their submission, they called on all facing racial abuse to feel free and return home.
Efia’s post is receiving a lot of thumbs-up on Twitter.
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