Black Tuesday is a campaign by social media influencers and Ghana's teeming youth on the various social media networks to push the #Fix The Country campaign against the government. Every Ghanaian youth is supposed to wear all black to work or any place to register their dissatisfaction of the current challenges Ghana is engulfed in.
The new hashtag is in support of the 'Fix The Country' hashtag which was created by disappointed Ghanaian Youth who are living in difficult times. It is also meant to put pressure on the government and his appointees to be up and doing.
The Black Tuesday has seen some Ghanaian Youth wearing all black on the streets o Accra and Kumasi to show how serious they are to seeing the many problems of Ghanaians being fixed by the men who have been entrusted the country's fortunes to manage.
Meanwhile, a counter hashtag has been created with the name #Ghana Is Being Fixed and is also trending on Twitter in response to #Fix The Country campaign.
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