The president of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe has stated that the government of Ghana is fixing the country as Ghanaians wants but the fixing needs some super speed and dropped another controversial statement.
Franklin Cudjoe who is known for criticizing Nana Akufo-Addo led government has said that he will agree with some people who are calling on people to change or fix their attitude, and minds after hashtag #fix the country sparkle in the public domain since yesterday.
According to Franklin Cudjoe, he will respect everyone as directed to those seeking answers from the authorities and said to President Nana Akufo-Addo that, all that Ghanaians wants from him is to fixed the country as expected from him.
He reminded the NPP government that they should know that they begged Ghanaians for power and got it, and they should not tell them they should shut up their mouth when they are calling on them for help.
A lot of Ghanaians are very angry after one member of parliament for NPP called Ghanaians "Gyimie".
Meaning Ghanaians are "fools" to address Ghanaians who have called on government to fix the country and said it is their attitude that has let Ghana to this stage with evidence backing his message sent out.
A lot of voters in the country has said they have regretted voting for the NPP party into power because of what the member of parliament has said to them.
According to Franklin Cudjoe, it is true that the government is fixing the country but it does appear like the fixing needs some super speed to make Ghanaians believe that they are delivering their safe promises they made to them.
However, Franklin Cudjoe said he believes in the NPP government led by Nana Akufo-Addo that he will fix the country as requested by Ghanaians.
"I have faith in you, but let us #FixTheCountry" he said to urged president Nana Akufo-Addo to fix the country.
See his message below;
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