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How youths in Ghana rejected Salah rice donated by a member of parliament

By Guardian Exclusive
21 July 2021   |   9:55 am
These Ghanaian youth are rejecting bags of food sent to them by a politician. In the video that has now gone viral, the angry youth could be heard demanding for jobs and not food items.

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