Ever since the issue of Togbe Afede's decision to refund his Ex-Gratia money back to government came to the public space, Ghanaians could not help but wonder the total amount of money that has been "wasted" as remuneration for Council of State members. Today, the lead Convener for the Fix The Country Movement, Osagyefo Oliver Barker Vorwamor, has revealed that a scandal is about to hit the Council of State. He revealed that the scandal will expose some of the members who have received double salaries. He told
The convener of the Fix The Country Movement, Oliver Barker Vowarmor, who is also a social media activist, has shared a sad photo or incident which he revealed had occurred on the Ada-Tsopoli road. According to him, a V8, which we all know, is mostly owned by top politicians and ruing government appointees, was burning on the said road(Ada-Tsopoli road).
The lead convener of the Fix The Country Movement, Oliver Barker Vorwamor, has once again sent another bold message to Ghanaians. This message sought to activate the activism spirit in Ghanaians once again. Oliver Barker strongly believed that the leaders of this country need to feel that they are confronted by the masses.
The lead convener of the Fix The Country Movement has spilled the bitter truth about what the Ghana Police Service is trying to do. It is worth noting that during the chaotic scenes and clash between the Ghana Police Service and the Arise Ghana Demonstrators, schools had coincidentally closed around that time so students especially, students in the lower primary schools found it very hard to return back to their homes,
The Fix The Country Movement has announced that they will march to the Ashaiman District Court tomorrow, Monday, 14th February 2021. Per their release, this is a peaceful march, first and foremost, to make the Ghana Police Service, free the Fix The Country convener.
Oliver Explains Why He Has Chosen His Harvard Law School Training Over His Ghana Law School Training
The lead Convener of the Fix The Country Movement, Oliver Barker Vorwamor, aside his exuberant activism on both social media and on the street is also an accomplished law students. Today, he shared with us his experience in both Harvard Law School and the Ghana School of law as a means of exercising the vast difference between the two.
It has been the case that parties who usually lose and get defeated in court blame the judges presiding over the cases as being biased. It is very normal and okay to disagree with the ruling of any judge be it a Supreme Court judge or a High Court judge.
The convenor for the Fix The Country Movement, Oliver Barker Vorwamor, has updated Ghanaians on his arrest. Initially, he disclosed that he was been arrested just because of the fact that he was recklessly driving. This made him reflect on how he has been molested and arrested just because of his involvement in the Fix The Country activism.
One of the frontliners for the Fix the Country Movement, Oliver Barker-Vormawor has been arrested by the Police. Oliver has been one of the main organizers of the campaign that swept through the nation last year and won many hearts. According to the movement leaders, they want a new constitution for the country and until that happens, there will consistently be abuse of power.
The lead Convener of the Fix The Country Movement, Oliver Barker Vorwamor, has dropped his predictions following the violent scenes we are witnessing from the clash between the Ghana Police Service and the Arise Ghana demonstrators. His prediction must be taken with all seriousness because he is one of the few political activists, who has not had peace with the Ghana Police Service.
The second arrest of Oliver Barker Vowamor, Lead Convener of the Fix The Country Movement, has led to an increased suspicion amongst Ghanaians despite the fact that Oliver was found out to be guilty. Today, a leading member of the Fix The Country Movement has taken this arrest to a different dimension.
Fix The Country Movement conveners have sent a warning to the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), encouraging the revenue agency to continue with the government's 1.5 percent E-levy policy implementation. According to the social advocacy group, a lawsuit contesting the legitimacy of the tax policy is currently underway in the Supreme Court, thus the GRA should proceed with caution.
The biggest opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has called upon the #fix the country movement to join them in demonstrating on Tuesday. The NDC was given the green light by the Ghana Police service on Saturday 3rd July 2021 to embark on a simultaneous demonstrations in the capital of Ghana as requested.