It’s so fantastic to wake up and see Twitter jamming early in the morning. Today is Tuesday 4th of May and I’m glad to welcome my cherished followers once again to this interesting topic. I urge anyone who is not following me to hit the FOLLOW button to stay updated.
If you are a fan of social media then you will have a fair knowledge of what is happening on Twitter now, especially in Ghana. The Fix the country hashtag started yesterday and the whole agenda behind this is that Ghanaians are tired of the “poor” governance of the ruling party.
John Dumelo is a candidate in the opposition party and he is “aggressively” involved in the #FixTheCountry Trends. In one of his tweets sighted this morning, he tweeted, “There norr Bill Gates dey come to spoil the #FixTheCountry. Bill paaa. #fixyourmarriage”.
His tweet came in response to another jamming hashtag which was nearly sagged the agenda behind the fix the country trend. His tweet received massive reactions from netizens, some being positive and others being negatives.
Have a look at some of the replies he received from netizens;
“How does fix the country benefit you? V8 and how you funded your campaign saga still pends. If you are the future of Ghana politics, I bet we will be using this Fix The Country hashtag in the nearest future.”
“I dey beg o has this John Dumelo retuned the v8 he stole and was trying to respray for his personal use?”
“Haha opposition make wild wey Bill Gate spoil plans”
That’s Twitter for you. What do you have to say about Dumelo’s tweet?
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