Afia Schwarzenegger aka Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa is Ghanaian media personality, who was the host Okay FM's morning show Yewo krom and UTV Ghana's Kokooko show. She is known for her controversial and flashy lifestyle as well as her comments on social and political topics.
Since the campaign for the “Fixthecountry” trend was started by ordinary Ghanaians, a lot of celebrities have jumped onto the campaign to demand from the authorities, the things they voted for them to do.
Afia Schwarzenegger has also reacted to the trend this morning. She has posted series of videos on her Instagram page to express her views, she said in her video that the country can not be fixed while the attitude of Ghanaians are not changed and the citizens must not expect the president to do anything because he is a single person.
She went on to say that in Ghana every public official wants to take bribe from the civilian ranging from the policemen to the CEOs of government institutions. And if this continues, then the country can not be fixed.
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