Over a couple of days now, the #FixTheCountry campaign has been trending on Twitter. It has always been the number one (#1) trend in Ghana since it started. This shows the number of tweets and attention Ghanaians on social media is investing in this campaign.
On the Twitter platform, tweets on the hashtag are either about social, economic, electricity, water, justice or education challenge. The enormous number of tweets has even made the BBC pidgin write on the matter.
As the campaign continues, one participant by Twitter username @wofahKay1 has declared his intention of running free prints on all T-shirts for the campaign.
Free printing. Just bring your shirt by Friday. If you in Accra just bring your shirt to me. Let's do this together 💪🏾💪🏾🔥🔥🔥
Since his post, many Ghanaians have inquired about his location and desire to get their T-shirts branded. Some say they have 5 friends so they will bring 5 T-shirts, others too will rather make 2 available. The fight is getting more attention and recognition day-in-day-out.
The youth of Ghana doesn’t understand why 64yrs after independence, the nation still has so many challenges: a nation with oil, gold, timber, uranium, diamond, fertile soil, and enormous human resource.
The campaign is actively headed by Joshua Boye-Doe, a social media influencer best known on Twitter as @gyaigyimi. According to Joshua, the campaign is not against Nana Akufo-Addo nor NPP. It is against all leaders in Ghana.
Some Ghanaian celebrities have joined in the fight. Joey B, Serwaa Amihere, Efia Odo, John Dumelo, Captain Planet of 4X4, Lydia Forson and others.
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