Diana Asamoah: “The way Ghanaians celebrated the festivities shows there’s no hardship.”

Ghanaian gospel musician Diana Asamoah has raised questions about claims that the country is going through harsh economic challenges.

The way Ghanaians celebrated the festivities shows there's no hardship, says Diana Asamoah
The way Ghanaians celebrated the festivities shows there’s no hardship, says Diana Asamoah

According to her, the way the Christmas and New Year festivities were celebrated in Ghana is a testament that such claims were false.

She said this at the UTV Day With the Stars event, which saw several celebrities troop to the studios of UTV to participate in the production and presentation of programs.

Diana Asamoah said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo should be appreciated for his leadership, citing that if the economy were as hard as many say it is, the festivities would not have been well observed.

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