15 Tweets only people who live in Accra can relate to

There are some things that you will never comprehend if you’ve never lived in Ghana’s capital a.k.a Accra alias the city of packaging before because it is what it is.

The city which is home 2.5 million Ghanaians is indeed a melting pot for several cultures, race, economical stature and other demographics but every ‘Accrarian’ can relate to these struggles despite their backgrounds.

READ MORE: Travel Guide: How these 10 neighbourhoods in Accra got their names

Let us brighten your day with 15 Tweets that only people in Accra can relate to:  

1. This is so true!

2. It’s not easy to have dreadlocks in Accra at all. 

3.  You can never trust anyone. Not even dispatch riders. 

4. The commonest meeting place is the mall

5. Very insightful..

6. This one seems to be speaking from pain. He’s not wrong though. 

7. Y’all just be attacking Gas unprovoked. 

8.  How true is this? 

9.  Maybe we should all go to Cape Coast. 

10. The Corona virus doesn’t exist in Accra..

11. People who don’t have jobs are the ones that decide whether your salary is enough. 

12. You really can’t trust anyone in these streets. 

13. It’s either you package or be packaged

Did we miss anything? Leave it for us in the comments. 

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