The member of parliament for North Tongu Constituency Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has replied New Patriotic Party members and leaders who are telling Ghanaians to fix themselves to also fix themselves first.
According to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, no one can deny the fact that there is a great deal of anger in the country, and the youth of Ghana cannot take the hardship from Akufo Addo's government any longer, which has led to the charge urgent need of solutions
According to him, the leadership of the New Patriotic Party response must not launch attack on the Ghanaian is he is complaining. He said that if there's a challenge in mindset and attitude in this country, then the leadership of NPP must be courageous enough to take responsibility because they need to fix their selves first before any Ghanaian.
He added that as leaders, they have to set examples and create an appropriate ecosystem and citizens will gladly follow.
He said it will be great danger to underestimate the power of the youth and ignore their grievances of fix the country campaign
"Let us all agree too much has gone wrong that must be properly and permanently fixed now or else that which is wrong shall in no time devour us sparing none. The youth will triumph; they have a world to win!" He concluded
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