One of the fastest and convenient social media platform, Twitter Has suspended the account of the originator Fix the country campaign owner KalyJay. The social media influencer who started fix the country in some few weeks ago protest online has been suspended.
The reasons for the suspension remain unclear and not known . It's seems this is not the first time such actions has been taking against social media influencers. And the originator of #fixthecountry is not exceptional.
Due to the pressure and heat of the fix the country campaign the hashtags was even supended for several hours before it was released. Fix the country by KalyJay generated the interest of top celebrities to add their voices to the displeasure by the government to his citizens . One of the top celebrities known to have campaign massively is Efia Odo who took all social media pages to show how Ghanians are suffering.
Fix the country thread gathered momentum when KalyJay inspired his colleagues and friends on Twitter over the poor state of the country Ghana.
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