Eugene Boakye Antwi made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television this morning, June 30th, 2021, when he gave his opinion on the #fixthexountry campaign and the murder of Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed.
According to him, when it comes to demonstrations, he is ready for it because whatever that the #fixthecountry people want to talk about, they can talk about it. What at all are they going to say. Is it English or what?
"For me, I'm not stopping them, and I don't know why the police are stopping them. I don't think any appointee of President Akufo Addo since he became president is scared of this #fixthecountry. I am not scared of them. I'm just waiting for that moment to engage them. At least I've been a minister, and I know what is happening in that ministry so, I can engage them on that." He said
He added that if the #fixthecountry campaigners want a debate, they can debate them. They are saying fix the country. What is there to fix?
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