FixTheCountry conveners have clearly made it known to many Ghanaians that they are fighting for the betterment of the country and not their selfish interest. People like Captain Smart and Okayakyie Afrifa have done so by telling the people of Ghana that though they are affiliated to the ruling party, they want the ruling government to fix the country. But it seems many people are not getting the whole "fix the country" agenda as many people have risen against it.
Recently, some Ghanaians in Germany were seen in a video chanting "Mr President, please fix the country. We love you" to the first gentleman of the land President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo. When this video went viral, a lot of people have reacted to it. Many people have applauded the people who gathered courage to face the president and sent that powerful message to him.
A man who is against what the Germany "borgas" did has come on social media to blast them for approaching the president with such message. According to the man, Ghanaians living abroad always find ways to show that they are not well cultured. He made it clear that no one forced them to go and suffer in Germany and if they are frustrated they shouldn't descend on the president. He added that the president remains focused and won't listen to any detractors. He confidently added that the president is keen on serving the 6 million people who voted for him and not them.
Whiles this unknown man was seriously sending a message across to the "borgas" in Germany, there were a section of Ghanaians who were commenting about what the man was saying.
See pictures of some comments:
The question we are asking is that, is it wrong for a section of Ghanaians to ask for development from their President? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
Watch the video here https://www.facebook.com/NokstvAfrica/videos/364235431902883/?app=fbl
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