The fix the country campaign and demonstration has been an issue of national interest right from court injunction, to the police arresting some members, finally the day for the Demonstration is here, as expected the Demonstration has received massive turnout with some public figures present to support the campaign. As at 4 Am people were already at the start point waiting for their colleagues to join them, the purpose of this demonstration by the protestors state that, some institutions and system in the country needs to be fixed. Even though they had issues with the authorities concerning them demonstrating amidst the coronavirus pandemic, some people thought it was going to affect the turnout but Ghanaians came out in their number to support the movement. Let's check out some of the funny messages people wrote on cards at the demonstration grounds.
The Police and other security services are present at the scene to make sure everything is in order.
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