According to him, he has realized that, the #FixTheCountryNow demonstration was purposely organized against President Nana Akufo Addo, despite the fact that the problems the country is facing started far back from the year 1992.
Mr. Bempah stated that, in the upcoming demonstration, the demonstrators would be cladding in white, to inform Ghanaians on the good works of President Nana Addo.
Speaking to the host Philip Osei Bonsu, Owusu Bempa said, “Another demonstration is loading. We the youth who believe the current leadership, have fixed timely major and serious problems and also are on the verge on solving the youth problems, will hit the street very soon. We will wear white attire and share to Ghanaians that Nana Addo is fixing the country as he should”.
The #FixTheCountryNow demonstration has just ended, with thousands of Ghanaians on Wednesday, August 4, hitting the street of Accra, in the much-publicized protest.
The much-awaited #FixTheCountry demonstration, was organized by the youth in Ghana; and aimed at putting pressure on the Nana Addo’s government, to improve the lives of the citizens, and to address the numerous challenges being faced in the country, including unemployment, poor infrastructure, and high cost of living.
The protest started from the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra, with thousands of demonstrators clad in red and black, placards with varying inscriptions like ‘Fix Dumsor‘, ‘No to Nepotism’, not Family and Friends Government’, ‘#FixOurEducation System now’, ‘Justice for Kaaka’, ‘If Ghana was your personal property, would you run it like this?’, and many more.
Ernest Owusu Bempah said he would be hitting the street in another demonstration, cladding in white to inform Ghanaians on the good works of President Nana Addo.
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