Celebrated Ghanaian musician, born Micheal Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie has reacted to the #Fixthecountry campaign that has been trending on social media, especially on Twitter throughout this week.
This comes on the back of a lot of backlash from a section of Ghanaians to celebrities who have not reacted to the campaign. The campaign has trended on Twitter this week with a few celebrities joining the campaign, however, the likes of Sarkodie, Yvonne Nelson, Van Vicker and the likes had not reacted to this campaign even though they did during Mahama's administration.
Sarkodie in a post earlier today shared his view on the trending campaign finally. He said he agrees with the #fixthecountry and #fixyourself campaign. He continued that he doesn't usually engage in such discourse because he is a lot of the times misconstrued. However, he believes both the country and behaviours of Ghanaians need fixing but, government should make systems in the country work to ensure that people comply to the set rules. He ended my saying if the systems work, people will have no other option than fixing themselves.
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