FIX THE COUNTRY& ATTITUDE, WHY FIX THE COUNTRY-PART 1,PETER ACKAH writes

FIX THE COUNTRY& ATTITUDE

WHY FIX THE COUNTRY-PART 1

It is becoming hilarious and devastating on debate about fix the country and rebuttal from most government communicators and our party NPP communicators that fix your attitude first

The day I saw some Ghanaians asking President Akuffu Addo To fix the country, I applauded my people for sending such signal to the first gentleman of the land.

I watched Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong on Net 2 TV platform, responding to the fix the country tag by saying We are fixing it or President Akuffu Addo is fixing the country.This statement by Assin lawmaker should have been the end of the matter.

You cannot say people should fix their attitude first without fixing the country first.
A country is an environment and any person who enter a fixed environment,the person will automatically fix him or herself or else either the person exit or face the institutions in the country.

The truth is,when people notice that institutions in the country are working, definitely their attitude will change.

Let use Greater Accra Minister action as an example. The minister is fixing the market.Those resisting to move,the minister has used the powers and the institutions to evacuate the people.This is simple.

I am happy the NDC are projecting the #fix the country message. An admittance that the country was not fixed.This is what every Ghanaian should do.

What I don’t agree with is the #fixthecountry leaders using demonstration as the means to communicate to the President. They can use other means to send their message.
Nevertheless, demonstration is another legal means to press home our demand.

 

#fixTHEcountry
#iamacitizenAND notAspectator
#iSUPPORT

PETER ACKAH writes