A Ghanaian songstress, Sista Afia has described #FixTheCountry Campaigners as non-serious people who do not know what they are looking for from the government
Sista Afia asserted that the postures of the Campaigners do not convince well-meaning Ghanaians including her to support their course
Scores of celebrities in Ghana such as Shatta Wale, Stone Bwoy, Efia Odo, Yvonne Nelson, John Dumelo, Nana Aba Anamoah have diverging views on the issue; while some calling on the ruling government to as a matter of importance to administer good governance because of unbearable conditions in the country, others are okay with the government.
However, some celebrities have decided to be neutral and have decided not to utter a word for or against the subject matter.
According to Sista Afia, she has not joined the #FixTheCountry campaign because the objective of the campaign has not been made clear enough and understandable and she is not torn between the #FixTheCountry campaign and #FixYourself.
“I am not going to say I support #FixTheCountry. I am seeking clarity before will publicly support it or not”, she said
Recently, a Ghanaian Dancehall Artiste Shatta Wale also descended heavily on the #fixthecountry campaigners by describing the activists calling on the government to do the needful as “educated fools and disappointed graduates.”
In a series of posts on Facebook, the multiple award-winning singers said, Educated fools and disappointed
graduates saying #FixTheCountry. Fix yourself, cheap thinkers.”
This #FixTheCountry campaign nearly caused the life of a Leading Member Efia Odo as she and 12 other members were arrested last week by the Greater Accra Police over what the police described as an unlawful assemble at the Accra High Court premises when the hearing of their case was going.
But it is clear that the campaigners are not ready to give up any moment from now.