Following the demonstration that took place on August 4 by the #FixTheCountry Campaign League, and many young people across the length and breadth of Ghana, a number of renowned public figures have recently indicated that they will continue to support them in their vibrant and great activities.
For instance, Thomas Kusi-Boafo, the Chief Executive Officer of the Public Sector Reforms Secretariat has emphatically and explicitly said that he will even hold a placard and lead the Demonstrators in their next action.
He has also indicated that he will create an impactful platform for these young people, and continue to give them all the resources they require to thrive excellently in the works they are doing.
This is an A-POLITICAL leader who is indeed ready for the progress, development and growth of the youth in Ghana, and in the diaspora.
Meanwhile, Execute Director of Human Rights and Governance Centre and Private Legal Practitioner, Martin Kpebu has confidently revealed that he is feeling the troubling problems many young people are going through in this country. Unfortunately, President Akufo-Addo is not a man of his words, looking at how he is currently abusing the public purse. He premised his argument on the lifestyles of politicians in Ghana as compared to what an ordinary citizen is going through. He is of the belief that the system has not been so fair to the youth, and it appears this problem is not going to end anytime soon.
The recent action taken by the #FixTheCountry Demonstrators, according to him, is in the right direction. It however appears that more demonstrations are going to be unfolded in other parts of the country.
Meanwhile, Kpebu has confidently revealed that he totally support the next actions by the #FixTheCountry Demonstrators, just that there should be restrictions. He has advised that, they cut down the numbers, and adhere strictly to the COVID-19 safety protocols.
Possibly he is equally feeling the heat in this country, and as an A-POLITICAL leader, he has more interest in the welfare of the youth. Maybe, he will even hold a placard and lead the Demonstrators in the next action.
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