The NDC Member of Parliament, Hon. Sam Dzata George has finally let the cat of the bag about the secret formation most Ghanaian youth are using to survive under economic harships.
The Economy is very hard and cost of living has increased. Many young men in ghana today are playing formation, better formation than Otto Addo. Now the secret formation is 0- 1- 0. This formation is that they don’ t eat in the morning because they don’ t have money.
The youth now wait till 12: 30 to 1: 00 pm then they go and buy gob3 with plenty gari and one sachet water. They can’ t even buy other food because it’ s expensive and after consuming the gob3 they sleep in the evening without any food”.
Hon. Sam George added that the average Ghanaian youth can no longer afford a three squared meals. Breaking some codes, he revealed that gob3 has become the saviour of many Ghanaians who barely survives on the new formation.
A university student who found himself using the same formation said ” It’ s somehow refreshing to note that some of our leaders like Hon. Sam Dzata George has taken notice of the hardship of the youth! The 0: 1: 0 formation is actually going on. Our fear is that it will finally change to 0: 0: 0.
Those of us allergic to beans go for porridge and ” kulikuli” instead of the popular Gob3. As a student, using the 0: 1: 0 formation is now better than cooking. A small bottle of vegetable oil cost more than a litre of petrol.
Other boys can relate to Sam George’s formation shared their experience. ” Sam George fool ooo, respectfully honorable. I now understand why a friend yesterday surprised bcos I know his fufu joint were open. I now understand better”
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