They say be careful what you say, but that wasn't the case for popular Kumawood actress, Matilda Asare. The actress appeared as a guest on McBrown's United showbiz which airs on UTV every Saturday, alongside industry colleague Bill Asamoah and Kwame A-plus. McBrown asked her guests their opinion on the ongoing fix the country brouhaha that has been trending on social media via Twitter for days now.
Matilda Asare opined that there is nothing to be fixed in Ghana, thus everything is working perfectly in the country. However, she reiterated that fix the country campaigners should be specific on what needs to fixed in the country. Although, everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, but Ghanaians have shown their dissatisfaction with the Actress' comments on the show, calling her all sort of names on Twitter, and it's very embarrassing. Ghanaians and notable celebrities have been campaigning on Twitter with the #FixTheCountry due to the hardship Ghanaians are experiencing, but it seems Kumawood's Matilda Asare disagrees. Check out how Ghanaians reacted to the actress' comments, as many Ghanaians have been angered.
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