Popular on-screen personality and Co presenter on Television network, TV3 Morning show, Johnnie Hughes has in a post on twitter has called out Ghanaians and government officials that have been against the #FixTheCountry campaign that was started by a section of Ghanaians on social media.
Few days after the #FixTheCountry campaign was launched to put the government on it's toes in fixing dejected projects and also fixing the economic hardships in the country, members of the ruling government also did launch a campaign which they tagged as #FixYourAttitude to stand against Ghanaians calling on the government to fix the country.
This anti -Fix the country protestors believe that the country can only be fixed if the Ghanaian citizen are able to fix their attitudes before calling on government to fix the country.
Reacting to this, Johnnie Hughes of TV3 has in a post has sited a situation on his official twitter page asking if that also needs Ghanaians fixing their attitudes before that can be solved.
In Johnnie Hughes submission, he stated that we are in a country where covid economics is used as bases for more taxes and leaders are not willing to forfeit or reduce their juicy Ex- Gratia but are calling on citizens to change their attitudes.
Johnnie Hughes believes that if the leaders are asking that the Citizens should fix their attitudes before calling on them to fix the country then they should lead by examples.
Here is what Johnnie Hughes has to say in his submission.......
Our leaders & their assigns are telling us to fix ourselves for them to #FixTheCountryNow. But in a country, where "COVID economics" is used as basis for more taxes, no leader is willing11 to reduce or forfeit their juicy EX-GRATIA. Na my attitude go fix that? Whew! #NameAndShame
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