Dancehall artiste, Shatta Rib has swam into the #FixTheCountry banter as he portrays the activists approaching government to do the needful as, "instructed tricks and baffled alumni."
In a progression of posts on Facebook on Tuesday, the numerous honor winning artist expressed: "Taught fools and disappointmented [sic] graduates saying #FixTheCountry. Fix yourself modest masterminds."
Conceived Charles Nii Armah Mensah, the artist said the country's concern is youth can't tolerate upping and battle for themselves.
He said wronged youth taking part in online media activism will not go anyplace in the event that they don't fix themselves.
Over the most recent couple of months, Ghanaian youth have taken to web-based media to request responsibility, great administration and better day to day environments from government.
FixTheCountry backing which started in May has gathered gigantic help since campaigners, to a great extent the young, have been featuring a portion of the deficiencies in the country.
Government in its reaction to the abused youth laid out drives it has carried out including the Country Manufacturers' Corp (NABCO), Public Youth Business venture and Development Plan (NEIP) to assemble the human resources in the country.
In any case, the protestors say the effect of these drives have not been felt on the ground.
Endeavors by the campaigners to leave on a road fight have been thwarted by the police through a court activity yet the mission proceeded unabated on the web
The new homicide of one of the #FixTheCountry activists by a crowd in Ejura in the Ashanti Locale seems to have reinforced the purpose of the campaigners, who highlight the killing of Mohammed Kaaka as a manifestation of Ghana's spoiled social texture and political framework.
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