With 2021 coming to an end, Twitter has released its annual data highlighting some of the biggest moments & events that drove the most engaging and exciting conversations across the calendar year that happened #OnlyOnTwitter.
Ghana Twitter is the place where people come together to see what’s happening and discuss the most topical moments, conversations and movements taking place. As we draw closer to its end of the year, Twitter reflects on how Ghana spent its #YearOnTwitter and those #OnlyOnTwitter moments. What music and musicians made us dance? What movies made us smile? Which sports heroes kept us hoping?
The most liked Tweets in Ghana
Tweets from Sarkodie & First Lady among the most liked this year
A simple greeting from Sarkodie to the people of Kumerica has taken the number one spot as the most liked tweet in 2021. His message read, “Good morning Kumerica”.
Good morning Kumerica pic.twitter.com/EW0Ckw0boO
— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) July 9, 2021
Rebecca Akufo Addo’s birthday wishes to her husband and President of Ghana was the second most liked Tweet posted back in March.
Happy Birthday Mr. President.❤️
🎶 My mind dey for you.🎶😉 pic.twitter.com/MzkNl1XcSR
— Rebecca Akufo-Addo (@RAkufoAddo) March 29, 2021
Manchester United's Tweet to formally announce the signature and welcome Ronaldo came in third place in terms of Likes. However, the official announcement welcoming Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford is also the most retweeted Tweet of the year in Ghana.
On August 1, Black Sherif’s Tweet about his 1st and 2nd sermon hit song took the fourth position, and Kinaata’s throwback photo of Castro and himself in a studio became the fifth most liked Tweet of 2021 in Ghana.
1st and 2nd Sermon wey dey tear you guys like this?😂 Lmaoooo!
— B L A C K O (@blacksherif_) August 1, 2021
Interestingly, former Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey’s post expressing gratitude to the President of Ghana and acknowledging Twitter’s decision to set up operations here in Ghana was the 7th most retweeted Tweet of the year.
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