“There is no electricity in Ghana, don’t let them fool you”: Maraji gives hope to Nigerians, video goes viral

  • Sketch maker Maraji has shared her experience living in Ghana, Nigeria’s popular rival country.
  • In a video making the rounds, Maraji debunked past claims that Ghana had electricity for 24 hours.
  • According to the author of the sketch, electricity is not constant in Ghana; However, her video has left Nigerians celebrating.

Skit and content creator Gloria Olorunto, popularly known as Maraji, appears to have given hope to many Nigerian netizens after speaking out on the current state of affairs in Ghana.

Maraji, who made headlines after welcoming her second baby with her Ghanaian husband, debunked the viral claim that Ghanaians enjoy electricity for 24 hours.

Maraji talks about life in Ghana.
Maraji says there is no constant light in Ghana. Credit: @maraji
Source: Instagram

The skit maker urged Nigerians not to be fooled and jokingly urged them to use them against Ghanaians whenever there is a disagreement online.

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“They bring light to Ghana, let’s not allow them to put pressure, say they will bring light. There is no light in Ghana,” Maraji said.

She captioned the video:

“As I’m talking to you now, we don’t have power (Don’t talk, tell me, I tell you, ooh) Una Dey, do you hear the generator?”

Look the following video:

Nigerians and Ghanaians are known for their online disagreements, ranging from jollof rice to football and even electricity.

Nigerians rejoice over Maraji video captured some of the reactions of many, including celebrities who were delighted with Maraji’s revelation.

crazy clown:

“You give us 5 points.”


“You are not orchestrating a battle behind enemy lines!”


“Don’t worry, the secret is safe with me and more than 200,000 people.”


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“No, why did we make you our spy? Be it so. God bless you for this update.


“Maraji doesn’t take a family issue on social media. Online in-laws are coming for you.”


“If I say thank God na sin?”


“Does the National Grid collapse happen there too?”

Maraji rescinds desire to have 5 children

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that Maraji, in a video, overturned her decision to want five children.

The sketch maker revealed that she has polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which made her conscious of her health.

Reacting someone said:

“Anyone who has 5 children for this economy ehn, EFCC must investigate because howwww”