Some Ghanaians have taken to social media to express their disapointment in the current changes the country is experiencing. In this particular article, we will be focusing on why the #Fix The Country campaign is ongoing on all social media platforms.
The #Fix The Country campaign started after the increment in fuel and gas prices, water shortages , graduate unemployment and erratic power supply in the country.
This recent developments led to the online campaign to draw the attention of the government on the need to fix these problems. We have had other celebrities like; John Dumelo, Efia Odo, Serwaa Amihere, Mr. Drew, Yvonne Nelson among others who have joined the #Fix The Country campaign.
Starting from 1st May 2021, fuel prices hit $1.07 per litre and gas prices has increased by 18 pesewas per kilogram. One of the Telecommunications operator, MTN has also increased call and data charges due to 1% COVID-19 levy by government.
Others have identified this development as high cost of living, poor quality of life and economic hardship. While this online campaign is ongoing, others are calling for an offline campaign by hitting thestreetss for a peaceful demonstration.
This is why the #Fix The Country campaign is trending on all social media platforms. How has this recent development affected you? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.
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