Day in and day out, we hear different issues and stories in the country as fix the nation conveners keep on expressing their displeasure on social media. It was not long ago that the youth in Ejura clash with the military men while hitting the street to seek justice for their bereaved friend. The clash led to the death of some of the youth when the military fired gunshot in the midst of the protestors.
Many have talked against the act of the military and has condemned it. A lot of people, especially social media activists and influencers have put the blame on the president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo Addo for not managing the affairs of the country well. They are of the view that more effort could be put in to make things work better.
Ghanaian renowned actress and entrepreneur, Yvonne Nelson has waded into the issue. In a post on her twitter handle, she tagged the president and asked how his night was. She again asked whether the president was able to sleep well knowing that the youth in Ghana are in distress. She ended by saying the president disappoints us daily.
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