Not long ago, some protestors stormed social media platforms to campaign against the President and his administration. These protestors rose with a hashtag, #FixTheCountry. They were denied to demonstrate in street by court and the Ghana Security Agency on 9th May. Many politicians and Ghanaians have also blasted these people to fix their attitude and the country will be fixed.
A post the Nanabagist has witnessed on Facebook shows the country needs fixing and the people need to also fix their attitude. In the, a traffic light that is supposed to be standing firm is supported by sticks before it can stand as it should. The post was captioned, " fix the country and open your mouth to say I should fix my attitude. Is this situation caused by the bad system of out attitude".
Facebook handlers after seeing the post have noted that the country really need fixing. Some has also noted that the system is overworking.
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