The CEO of Loud Silence television, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has disclosed that there will be another massive virtual demonstration worldwide to support the #fixthecountry agenda. According to him, they are just waiting for the Muslims to finish the Ramadan fasting for them to release the details about the demo.
The out-spoken journalist made this disclosure on his 'With All Due respect' program on Loud Silence television.
According to Kevin Taylor, the biggest virtual demonstration is about to hit our screens, and the whole world is going to know about the #fixthecountry campaign.
He said that they are going to help their brothers who started the #fixthecountry demo in Ghana to make it bigger so that CNN, Al Jazeera, and BBC will have no option other than to pick it.
"All that you need to do is to join us on zoom.
We are going to bring out the details very soon. We are just waiting for our Muslim brothers to finish their Ramadan fasting because it is going to be massive." - he said
He added that this demonstration is not partisan, they are just going to ask the president to fix the country, and it is their right to do so.
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