The hashtag '#fixthecountry' has been trending at number two on Twitter from Ghana, asking the government to fix the country.
According to him, corruption is not about his attitude, but it's a crime, and it's only law enforcement that will fix it.
The out-spoken journalist made this call to the President on TV3's 'New Day' program this morning when he asked the president to fix the corruption problems in Ghana.
He said that he believes Akufo Addo has prepared himself his whole life to be President of Ghana to fix the country. So, now that he is president, the onus lies on him to fix Ghana.
"Good morning to you, Mr. President. Corruption is not about my attitude, corruption is a crime, and when corruption happens, it is not my attitude that will fix it.
It is the law enforcement that will fix corruption because I am nowhere near power to be corrupted by it." - he said
He begged President Akufo Addo, stating that the hashtag is on for him to fix the country because that's the reason why he stood for office.
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