Founders’ day celebration 4th August 2021 witnessed the much-awaited fix the country demonstration on the streets of Accra as concerned youth were unhappy with the state of the country.
After a peaceful and successful demonstration, Edward Blagogee of Blagogee.com spoke to some youth at Circle a suburb of Accra as they share their take on the publicized demostrations.
Via social media and electronic media many were of the view that #fixthecountry demostration has nothing to do with NPP, NDC or any political party, but rather it’s a demostration to call on the attention of government the hardship in the country.
“I believe it’s about time the government in power must know we citizenry are unhappy with the current state of the country. The hardship is too much even they the politician know what we the youth are talking about,” says Pozo thrift seller.
Another aggrieved youth known as Aziz, also reacted towards the 4th August demo, as he affirmed that government must come to the aid of Ghananians. He continued that, this demostration is not to ridicule any political party, but rather we want our politicians create good job, education, construct good road among tall list of pertinent issue, which needs to be fix.
For his part, 33-year-old Mr. Addo affirmed that, President made alot of promises and there’s nothing to write home about.
Watch Reaction after Fix the Country Demonstration.