Ghanaian students in Ukraine are in desperate need of food and a secure place to hide due to their uncertainty about the region’s future.
This is, according to one of them, Joseph.
On Thursday’s Super Morning Show, the medical student revealed that he was forced to make do with what he could obtain from a store after disputing with other customers over reduced stock due to a purported food scarcity caused by the Russian invasion.
“Right now, I’ve got two bottles of water and four crackers, which I got this morning.” “When I came to the shop, it was quite crowded, and there were just a few bottles of water. I intended to buy bread, but they [customers] had purchased all of the bread from the shop,” he stated.
He made these comments in reaction to Russia’s ongoing conflict with Ukraine.