Wake of fix the country trend from concerned Ghanaians, the #FixTheCountry has been trending for hours now and there's no stopping it. Ghanaians have taken to Twitter to lay down their problems and concerns. However, popular singer Kofi Kinaata took the opportunity to quiz his fans and Ghanaians on what needs to fixed. The “something nice” hitmaker in a tweet said” list three things you want to get fixed”.
The singer's tweet has generated a lot of comments from fans and Ghanaians on the platform. The problem is three things that need fixing isn't enough, although some may be important than others, but the problems in this society are plenty. Infrastructure, employment and technological advancement may be the most important thing Ghana has to focus on besides, everyone's needs differ from the other. Most Ghanaians under the post said the same thing about employment, education, road network and technology. What would have been your answer if you were asked to list three things you want to get fixed.
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