Ghanaian celebrities has raised their voice against the government both present and the past.
The movement (#FixTheCountry) started on Twitter after it became official that there has been increase in fuel price and many other basic problems facing the citizenry. There has been a national discourse on the nemesis of "galamsey", power instability, fuel hikes, poor roads, etc which needs urgent attention from the government to solve all this problems.
Below are some of their tweets
They also stated that, the movement is not politically motivated. Some also attributed the problems of this country to the past government (NDC) for failing to improve the life of Ghanaians.
They call on all Ghanaians to join the movement to bring a positive change in the lives of the ordinary Ghanaian. Ever since they started the movement, no government official has come out to respond to the outcry of these tax payers.
The #FixTheCountry is trending number 2 worldwide. They continue till they get the needed results as they are planning to hit the streets to protest against the government.
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