These are most burning questions Ghanaians googled in 2017
Ghanaians trooped to Google for answers to these shocking questions
The internet giant has revealed the most searched for terms and questions of 2017, and the death takes two slots on the list of most popular.
The popular search engine just revealed the trendy questions Ghanaians searched on googled and we look at the top 10 which includes two Nana Addo induced questions.
Is Sarkodie dead ?
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Is Sonnie Badu dead?
The UK-based Ghanaian Gospel Artiste was reported dead in February but an official statement from him denied the report amidst controversies with the media over why they will be loose about such an issue.
Who is the president of Ghana?
Surprisingly, many Ghanaians wanted to know who the first gentleman of the land is even after a successful election last year and an equally smooth transition period. It is hard to guess what motivated this wide search.
When is Easter 2017?
With the Lent period preceeding the annual Christian festival, many Ghanaians wanted to be sure of the Lenting period and when the Psssion Week begins and ends.
Is Ramsey Noah dead?
The popular Nigerian actor was also reported dead and Ghanaians were all over Google for conformation or otherwise of the sad news. It turned out it was a hoax.
Who is the richest man in Ghana?
With no authentic list to consult for who made it to the top of the money league in Ghana, Ghanaians trusted Google to help them find out who the richest man in Ghana is.
What is a female Hyena called?
A soundbite of a wayside interview in which the interviewee struggled to tell what a female hyena is called with went viral and Ghanaians we quick to learn from Google. So in case you do not know the answer, I guess you know who to consult.
When is Mother's day?
Ghanaians couldn't afford to miss Mother's Day and had to confirm the date to aid in their planning. Low patronage of Father's Day explains why the day did not make the list
What is the time in USA?
For whatever reasons, Ghanaians were interested in what time it was in USA.
What is Plagiarism?
After the President's alleged plagiarism during his inauguration on January 7, many Ghanaians consulted the search engine to have a fair idea of what the academic fraud entails before joining the debate.
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