Gone are the days one had to keep vigil by a phone to receive a phone call or travel miles on terrible roads from one village to another to post a letter.
Nearly 80% of Ghana’s population hangs on social media today; it is easy, it is fast, somewhat safe and above all cheaper.
Social Media, just like other mediums of communication is primarily meant for sending, and receiving information and for entertainment.
According to , the founder and leader of Animouyam Global Chapel, many users of social media today, do not care about what they post, how they post it, when they post it and whom they post about
All that matters is to post whatever comes to mind largely in the name of trends.
Prophet Peter Aklah argues that considering the content most Ghanaians post on social media especially TikTok and Facebook, most of the users will end up in hell fire on Judgment Day.
He, therefore, admonished Ghanaians especially the youth to be careful with what they post on social media else it’ll have a lot of repercussions on them someday.