For the past few days, there is an agenda by Ghanaian social media users and influencers with the trending hashtag "Fixthecountry" which has generated a heated arguments on social media.
the campaign started by an influencer has gathered concerned youths of the country to demand better living conditions in the country. There is a whole lot of hardship in the country and especially the Ghanaian youth cannot no longer keep quiet than demanding better living conditions.
These campaign "fixthecountry" has drawn the attention of key members in authorities to speak against or divert the attention from the course.
In a tweet by Gabby, he said it is no fault of "this government" for the banking crisis that has resulted in customers' funds locked up at those financial companies. Mr Joe Jackson countered him
with this "Hi Darko, as we "think about these things" ... 'fixing the country' is holding responsible those who caused the GHS 32.8billion loss to the public purse in the financial sector cleanup. It is recovering fully that GHS 32.8 billion #FixTheCountryGhana
Mr. Joe Jackson
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