On Monday, May 3, some Ghanaians raged on the Twitter scene with “Fix the Country” dissent to get the government to notice the difficulties faced by individuals in the country.
There have been over 500,000 tweets on 'Fix the Country', making it the biggest political dissent online in Ghana so far. In any case, plans to take it from online to offline have been halted by the Ghanaian police administration.
A few celebrities, including John Dumelo, Efia Odo, Yvonne Nelson, Joselyn Dumas, Kwaw Kese, Nana Aba Anamoah and Lydia Forson, have joined in the dissent, highlighting some of the pressing needs of residents of Ghana.
Nonetheless, a few celebrities trust Ghanaians to correct their attitudes first before asking the public authority to fix the country. Others guarantee that President Nana Akufo-Addo is not Jesus Christ to solve the nation's problems. Another arrangement of celebrities accepting hashtags is going nowhere as some would prefer not to participate given the politicization of issues in Ghana.
Below, we share with you six Ghanaian celebrities who would rather not be essential to the 'Fix the Country' fight.
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The questionable artist has touched individual celebrities for joining the dissent, claiming that Ghanaians need to sort out their issues first and that Nana Akufo Addo is not Jesus Christ to deal with issues in this country.
"Her Excellency Nana Akufo Addo is just one out of thirty million people, so he cannot fix the nation on his own," she said in a video she shared on her Instagram page Wednesday.
“We have to correct our attitude. The moment you walk into an administrative office, someone needs to be paid; someone has to drop something. Police accept bribes. Did the president ask that they take secret money? ask people to poop outright? The individuals are doing business and refuse to appear the next day. Is this the president's concern? Is the president the motivation behind the media implosion? "
“Correct your attitude, correct your point of view and stop accusing an innocent man. He has come to help you, it is not Jesus,” she concluded.
The rapper doesn't trust tweets, all other things being equal, he encouraged dissidents to use "framing constraint exchange, proposals and gatherings" to get results.
Edem tweeted: "You can't pressure public authority with a tweet, nonetheless you can do so with speeches, proposals and framing lobby groups that can't be grasped with ancestral games and political affiliations. "
In fact, like Edem, Joey B accepts that hashtags aren't going anywhere. “#FixTheCountry is just a hashtag for them, unfortunately,” he tweeted, adding, “Knowing you, you're squashed like clockwork.”
Sovereign David Osei
The artist, who lobbied for the nuclear power plant and Nana Akufo-Addo in the comparably anticipated 2020 general decisions, openly opposed the call. According to him, Ghanaians should repair themselves first and that will turn into reparation of the country.
Speaking to social media, he said: “Ghana will be better and very secure in case we the people repair first… Refuse hatred, greed, selfishness, nonchalant attitude, tribalism. We move !! #fixyourself and after Ghana will be set for all to enjoy !! #wemove ... Is this anything other than the very individuals who work in government and a position of strength? It is safe to say that they are not residents of Ghana ?? From congregation home flagstaff is all bad !!! So we should mend ourselves first, that will mean mend our nation Ghana !!! So be it. . "
The highlife singer has agreed with Afia Schwarzenegger and Prince David Osei to correct our attitudes first. “I'm going to fix the nation… just try to get told others should do #fixyourattitude,” he wrote on his Instagram page.
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The afro-dancehall star, who is currently in Nigeria for a media visit, has no desire to be indispensable as it is a direct consequence of the politicization of the problems in the country.
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