Some unhappy Ghanaians are venting their anger over what many describe as a failure on the part of successive governments to improve the lives of the citizenry.
Further, Ghanaians especially on Twitter have had enough of what they call ‘a broken country’.
However, They have begun a campaign to have the economy fixed.
According to most of the tweets, the change they voted for has not materialized.
People have cited inconsistent power supply and lack of water in some parts of Ghana.
Also, the damage to our water bodies because of illegal mining (galamsey) activities.
“This is the right time for us to stand up and come together as one people to speak and let them [government] know that we are tired,” Joshua Boye-Doe, a social media user and initiator of the #FixTheCountry campaign said.
See some tweets bibinionline.com spotted below.
First Things First. pic.twitter.com/HoFMI3Iox8
— C-Real (@C_RealMC) May 3, 2021
Amongst the tweet is also a constant reminder that the campaign is not politically motivated. Some Twitter peeps also say both the past and the present government have let the economy down. They call for a change in governance but not the government.
Dear NDC , #FixTheCountry agenda is not for you, it’s not for Npp too it’s for the government, you all failed us so stop jubilation that we are bashing the sitting government.. it’s for everybody.
Why should one government be praying for the other to fail us? #FixTheCountry
— Comedianwaris (@ComedianWaris) May 3, 2021
As simple as that. Fix the crippling unemployment. Fix the street lights. Fix the erratic power supply. Fix the irregular water supply. Fix the killer roads. Fix the corrupt institutions. Fix the factories. Fix the educational system. Fix AGRICULTURE.
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) May 3, 2021
— Afi Shuga ❤😘 (@Elawenam) May 3, 2021
I work from 6:30am to 4pm as a teacher. How many hours bro?? I pick two cars before I get to work and when I checked my salary and calculated what I’m paid a day, it will shock you 😭😭 Fuck this #FixTheCountry
— 🟣CallmeSafoa🦋👸🏽🇬🇭 (@safoa_xoxo) May 3, 2021
Government must show concern about the rising cost of living and harsh conditions prevailing in the country and do something about it.#FixTheCountry
— Serwaa Amihere (@Serwaa_Amihere) May 3, 2021
For those saying the #FixTheCountry hashtag is politically motivated, can’t you see things yourself? Don’t you pick trotro? Don’t you buy fuel? Or you’re not in Ghana ?
Please let’s not pretend blind because of our love for a political party.#FixTheCountry
— Dr. George 💊 (@GeorgeAnagli) May 3, 2021
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