The Ghanaian youth who are engaged in a battle of their lives just to demonstrate so their country could get better would have had no difficulty at all if they had said they were organizing a political rally or funeral of a prominent personality. The actions of authorities keep confirming that truly a lot needs fixing in this our motherland. #fixthecountry- Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
Believe it or not, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa have been one of the few politicians who speaks and acts in the best interest of the nation. He is the Member of Parliament of the Tongu Constituency.
He made note of three Interesting topics that are worth national discussion.
1. The youths are currently pursuing "the battle of their lives".
According to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, the Ghanaian Youth are engaging in a battle of their lives. This is a rather interesting phrase.
2.He stated that the youth would not have encountered any problem if they had decided to organise a Political rally or the funeral of a prominent personality.
3. He stated emphatically that the attitude and behaviour of our current authorities demonstrate the fact that this country really need a lot of fixing.
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