Interestingly, the post fixthecountry# demonstration issues is getting even hotter and hotter than the actual event itself as there has been several allegations where they got their funds from.
News coming from the camp of the camp of the ruling New Patriotic party confirms that the conveners of the fixthecountry# protest were given an amount of 1.3 million US dollars by former president Mahama to organize the demonstration. And this allegations is gaining grounds as till now none of the leading convenors has come out to deny it.
As a result some section of Ghanaians, especially those in the camp of the NPP has started to attack the credibility of the convenors, which included Captain smart, kofi koranteng, Avraham Ben Moshe, Shady, Okatakyie Afrifa and Black Rasta.
In an attempt to protect his dignity, Avraham Ben Moshe who is the founder of Common Sense Society, and was part of the convenors of the fixthecountry# protest has come out with a viral video demanding for clarification from captain smart, Okatakyie and Kofi koranteng on the issue of the funding of the demonstration last Wednesday.
Speaking live in the video, Ben Moshe revealed he was only invited to join the demonstration and he knew nothing about the source of funding for the event. He then appealed to Ghanaians not to involve him into any bribery scandal for he was ignorant of the whole issue.
Watch the full video here; https://fb.watch/7fgxSFmd3P/
Do you think Ben Moshe is only trying to betray his co- convenors after anticipating the possible humiliation that may befall them?
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