Ghanaians from all walks of life seem to be unimpressed about the services politicians and particularly the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) is dishing out, and have resort to the best available method (Social media) to air their grievances by promoting a hashtag called, “FixtheCountry”.
The social media campaign, which is leading in trends on the Ghana Twitter app is gradually building up with lots of Twitter accounts joining. It is almost becoming a movement.
Normal social media accounts, ordinary persons, Celebrities and socialites are writing and pouring out their frustration on the hardships, erratic power supply and increased in taxes that has engulfed the whole country within the past months.
The Akufo Addo government and its officials may be worried with this particular trend as the activators of this campaign are bent on moving the protests onto the streets soon.
Some twits we have sighted could best be described as a negative verdict on the NPP. It is simply that Ghanaians are not happy with the current situation in the country.
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