Ghana is suffering because of the black star in the flag – Mr. Ibu

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1190909_ibu_in_london_jpg97940204f2155ff5b33cfb7014267075Popular Nigerian comedian John Okafor well known as Mr. Ibu has disclosed a remedy to Ghana’s woes, saying the Black Star colour should be changed to gold.
“Black star means somebody whose luck is not shinning and everybody has a star either on their forehead or palm so if Ghana produces gold which shines everywhere, why would your star be black?”
“As soon as Ghana changes the black star to gold, they will see progress.”
The actor who was speaking on Adom FM, argued that the fortunes of Ghana will be bright as soon as the country’s black star is changed to gold.
He continued that since everyone prays to God to have a shining star, he could not figure out why the country is having a black star in the middle of their flag.

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