Operation fix the country was brought to a halt because protestors were restricted by high court. The issue was then sent to the Supreme Court of law and finally it has been ruled in favour of the protestors. Now, the way has been paved for them to organise and hit the streets with the fix the country demonstration.
It could be recalled that, as they were bombarding the media space with the fix the country hashtag, there was a counter hashtag which also stated fix your attitude. Fix your attitude generated a lot of controversies and misunderstanding online which became a bone of contention. Many socialites and actresses joined the fix the country demonstrators.
Among them was Efia Odo who joined massively with placards all over. Shortly after the court ruling, she posted on her twitter handle to express her joy to proceed the demonstration. "The Supreme Court has nullified the injunction. We can now set a date and finally protest peacefully for #FixTheCountry. Patience is indeed a virtue"; Efia wrote.
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