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#SMWAccra: 6 Times Social Media Came To The Rescue

Let’s play a ‘Guessing Game.’

It’s simple…

We’re going to look at how Social Media has helped individuals in different ways.

From financial help to justice, social media has proved to be very powerful.

Let’s take a look at how social media has rescued people in need.

Nana Aba Anamoah 

Nana Aba Anamoah

Renowned news presenter, Nana  Aba Anamoah gave out a laptop to a level 300 UCC student through social media. All the student had to do was ask her on Instagram.

ICT Teacher

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Guess how this ICT teacher became famous… Social Media!

Anguamoo Startup

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We all remember how a UPSA graduate started her rice business on Twitter. She had a lot of support after she used the social media platform to boost her business. Guess how she got all that support… Social Media!

Bank Justice

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A woman was abused in a bank by a policeman. Guess how she got justice… Social Media!

A1 Bread

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Dumelo put up a picture of a KNUST graduate who started a bread company. After the post on Instagram, Dumelo was bashed heavily for mocking the graduate. One way or the other, it became a good thing for the brand and now, A1 bread sells everywhere!

Tyler Perry

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We had to chip this one in just in case you thought we were the only ones benefiting from social media. Tyler Perry helped cast a former actor who was being trolled because he was working at a retail shop as a cashier.

Do you want to learn more about how social media can help you solve that problem? Book a seat at the Social Media Week event here.

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