The founder of the All Peoples Party, Mr. Hassan Ayariga has joined the #fixthecountry protestors to criticize the Government. According to the politician, the youth of the country are struggling and that is not good because the Country is endowed with many natural resources.
According to Hassan Ayariga, the future being built for the youth is very poor. He noted that the leaders of the country are building wet walls which will fall in the near future.
"The youth are struggling at the moment yet we are not building a future for the Ghanaian people. We are building wet walls. One day we will all be in the house and it will break down on us,” the Presidential Candidate of the APC in last year’s election told Onua FM while adding his voice to #Fixthecountry campaign.
#fixthecountry campaign started on social media by some youth of this country. Their main motive for this campaign is to remind the government on the promises he made when he was aspiring for the seat of the Nation. These protestors will hit the street to protest against the government sooner or later.
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