Ghanaians On Twitter Make The Overly Serious #WorldWarIII Become A Small Boy With Some Hilariously Tweets – See Some Interesting Ones

 Ghanaians On Twitter Make The Overly Serious #WorldWarIII Become A Small Boy With Some Hilariously Tweets – See Some Interesting Ones

Topics that tend to trend on the Ghanaian Twitter space are usually very interesting. While most often the trends are a troll of somebody or something, the Twitter space in Ghana on some occasions tackles a lot of serious issues.

Today, January 3, is, however, one of those days Ghanaians have decided to turn a very serious issue trending worldwide into something that is mere fun.

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The #WorldWarIII (#WWIII) was intense on the Twitter space worldwide after reports emerged that US President Donald Trump has ordered the killing of Iran Revolutionary Guards commander Qasem Soleimani, who died in Baghdad.

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Funny enough, as soon as Ghanaians started to use the hashtag, it became a comic show. Many of the tweets sighted by zionfelix.net so far show that Ghanaians are not bothered about the thought of a likely world war III.

Most of the tweets have very hilarious memes, videos, and comments that suggest that world war III is not a possibility.

Sit back, relax, read and laugh out loud as you check out some of the tweets below…

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