The 'fix the country ' campaign seems to be fading out of the country after the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has began his tour to the various regions of Ghana. During his tours, he has commissioned a lot of projects that are believed to be built under his one district one factory agenda.
Nana Addo has received a lot of praises for his efforts and Ghanaians seem to forget about the cry for the president to fix the country.
However, a group of citizens that have identified themselves to be pioneers of the 'fix the country ' campaign have gathered in the Western Region of Ghana, protesting for the president of the Republic of Ghana to fix the country.
The Twitter page of one of the popular media stations, 'TV3GH' has made it known that the protesters have raised concerns on how the case of the missing girls at Takoradi was handled.
Ghanaians on Twitter have descended heavily on the protesters ascribing several names to them as they reacted to the post.
Francis Nyamekye is of the view that they simply have nothing doing and so, they have decided to embark on the campaign, since it is also a holiday.
Dr. Billion was at a lost as to how the interview on their mission to fix the country turned into an autobiography lecture. It is necessary to know that the leader of the group responding to the questions have deviated at a point during the interview.
Possibly, he was trying to justify the need for his presence at the protest in the Western Region, so he has decided to give a brief clarification on how he has descended from the Western Region, although he lives at Accra. This does not go well with Dr. Billion. One of his comrades also found it interesting, and began to smile. Take a look at it in the image below.
Jehu Eric Eleblu believes that the protesters are protesting in their self interest as can be seen in the image below.
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