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Afia Odo is showing no sign of backing out from the #fixthecountry campaign. This young woman has been using her social media handles to push the 'fix the country' campaign ever since it started.
And today this renowned actress has caused massive stir and debate on social media after telling Ghanaians not to vote for politicians who promise to fix our roads, build schools, and hospitals.
According to Ms. Afia, our leaders are mandated to fix our roads, build schools and hospitals with the tax we pay so we shouldn't vote for the political candidate who promise to do something that he or she is mandated to do. Instead, we should vote for the political candidate whose policies shows clearly that they will invest in the country once they win.
When this prominent woman posted this on her official Twitter page, some Ghanaians 'rushed' in to leave their comments. And when I read through the comments, almost everyone in the comment section agreed with Afia Odo.
One user added, "We've been deprived of such basic needs so we think politicians are doing us a favour by providing them for us".
Another one commented, " Our government shouldn't be seen commissioning project with huge ceremonial activities, it's just a waste of the tax payers money ".
Below is Afia Odo's post to confirm the authenticity of this article.
And below are the reactions of Ghanaians when they saw the post 'hanging' on Afia Odo's page.
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