Ghanaians Have Lost Their Humanity – KSM

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Kwaku Sintim-Misa

Comedian Kwaku Sinim-Misa (KSM) says Ghanaians as a people have lost our collective humanity.

According to the veteran satirist, he noticed this disease a few years ago, when the disappearance of Castro at sea was used as a joke to spread memes on social media.

Years later, KSM says the lynching of Capt. Mahama has regrettably proved him right.

He wrote on Facebook:


People made jokes about Castro’s death. All over social media, they were cartoons of him as a FISH. Some actually thought this tragedy was funny.

I said on my show then, that the disgusting and callous behavior is a RED FLAG that we are loosing our humanity as a nation. Its sad to say, I was right.

My condolence to the family of Captain Mahama. a VICTIM OF SOCIETY SUFFERING FROM A LOSS OF HUMANITY.

RIP Captain.

As new reports filter in that a man suspected of stealing a mobile phone was beaten to death in Kumasi today, how can the case be made that KSM is wrong?

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